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BATAVIA, OH (FOX19) -

Duke Energy is working around the clock to restore power in Batavia.

ABout 4,500 customers lost power around 6:00 p.m. last night. At this time, service has been restored to all customers. However, the company says they are bracing for the next storm. 

Duke Energy's Sally Thelen says, "The weather impacts us obviously in terms of our lineman crews that are working out there in these conditions, very challenging and very tough. Certainly with snow and ice on the road, that in itself is another issue that we want to make sure our crews make it home safely to their families."

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