Plain City without power after Cessna crash

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About 3,000 customers are without power after a Cessna airplane came down in a field on the approach to Delaware County.

A spokesman for Ohio Edison and First Energy said that as a result of the accident, about 3,000 customers are without power tonight (Sunday).

“We are doing some switching to bring back most customers, but about 30 customers will be out of power until we can see what the damage is,” he said.

The spokesman said the handful of customers without power will have to wait until the company gets clearance before it can restore electricity to them.

“We will have to co-ordinate with the FAA to determine when we can bring in equipment to restore power,” the spokesman concluded.

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