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More than 93 percent of the customers who lost power at the peak of last month's massive ice storm have had their electric service restored, according to new figures compiled by the Kentucky Public Service Commission (PSC).
Information gathered from all electric providers in the state shows that 49,755 customers were without power as of this morning. That is about 6.5 percent of the 769,353 customers who lost power at the peak of the storm on Jan. 29.
Most of the customers still without power are in western Kentucky, where the storm damage was the most severe.
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