Lee leaves 1000’s of Mainers with out energy, restoration efforts in full swing

1000’s of Mainers are nonetheless at the hours of darkness on Sunday after Submit-Tropical Cyclone Lee took down bushes and energy traces throughout the state on Saturday.

Midcoast and Down East Maine took the brunt of the harm.

As of Sunday morning, Central Maine Energy is reporting over 23,000 outages. That’s means down from the height of 126,000 clients impacted by the storm, in keeping with CMP.

Versant Energy is reporting almost 18,000 clients are with out energy as of Sunday morning.

A fallen tree left by Hurricane Lee. Credit score: CBS 13

CMP says greater than 500 energy line crews and 300 vegetation administration crews will proceed to work across the clock assessing harm after which making repairs till all clients are safely restored.