UPDATED: Over 2,000 JCP&L Customers Without Power in Lakewood

lkwd 7-8-14Over 2,000 JCP&L customer are without power in Lakewood this evening due to the brief storm which passed through the area. Most of the power outages are in the West Gate area, though we have received reports of power outages in the area of Sunset and James Street, as well as in the New England Village neighborhood.

JCP&L has the following message on their website: We are experiencing power outages due to severe weather and are assessing damage. We will provide estimated restoration times when they are available.

To report your outage to JCP&L, call 1-888-544-4877.

jcplThe storm also took down several trees in Lakewood – including one which landed on a vehicle. Nobody was injured.

The company is reporting about 40,000 customers without power throughout the state.

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14 COMMENTS

  1. Everyone should please call JCP&L 1-800-662-3115 currently in Westgate the volume of callers is extremely low. The more people call the better our chances are

  2. wires down on Cooksbridge Road has the whole circuit shut down. crews are being assembled to address this problem and other issues in the area. hopefully the lights will be back on in a few hours after the repairs are completed

  3. This includes west of the tracks and south of the stream by Sunday into a nice chunk of Jackson. Basically those running of the Faraday switching station.

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