- Associated Press - Sunday, March 4, 2018

BALTIMORE (AP) - Baltimore Gas & Electric Company says it expects most customers in central Maryland to soon have their power back.

The Baltimore Sun reported that 65,000 were still without power Sunday morning. The utility said the majority should have electricity by the end of the day.

But repairs in the most heavily damaged areas from last week’s nor’easter could last into the middle of the week.

The most outages were in Baltimore County. More than 24,200 people still lacked power there Sunday morning. Hartford, Howard and Anne Arundel counties each still had several thousand people in the dark. So did Baltimore City.

The storm had knocked out power for 400,000 people. A 77-year-old Baltimore County woman was struck and killed Friday by a falling tree, but no other deaths were reported.



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