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Thousands remain without power from Sunday's storms

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INDIANAPOLIS -

It may be until mid-week before power is restored to some of the areas hardest hit by Sunday's severe weather in Indiana.

Duke Energy reports more than 90,000 customers lost power during the storms. By 4 p.m. Monday, the company says that number is down to 20,000.

Duke released the following chart for when customers can expect to have their power restored. The times are "worst case" estimates, the company says.  

Lafayette

12 Noon Weds

Kokomo

12 Noon Weds

Attica

12 Noon Weds

Noblesville

10pm Mon

Wabash

7am Tues

Huntington

Normal by event

Plainfield

8pm Mon

Rochester

Normal by event

New Castle

Normal by event

Carmel

Normal by event

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Terre Haute

5pm Mon

Bloomington

5pm Mon

Greencastle

7pm Mon

Clinton

5pm Mon

Martinsville

7pm Mon

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Columbus

Midnight Mon

Seymour

Normal by event

Greensburg

6pm Mon

Madison

6pm Mon

"Many customers will have power restored sooner, so we are encouraging customers - through social and traditional media - to call our Indiana automated outage reporting system at (800) 343-3525 to get specific information about their locations," Duke wrote in a release.

Crews from Ohio and the Carolinas are coming from Indiana to assist with restoring power.

Residents who have special needs or rely on electric-powered life support equipment should consider finding alternative living arrangements until power is restored.

Residents should also avoid downed power lines and call 911 and Duke Energy to report downed lines.

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