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Power outages across San Antonio

KENS-TV San Antonio 3/17/2023 KENS 5
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More than 500 people are without power as storms move out of our area heading south. 

9 a.m.: There were 13 active outages affecting 20 people. 

6:30 a.m.: There were still nine active outages, but only 280 people are affected.

5:30 a.m.: There were nine active outages affecting 581 people.

4:30 a.m.: According to the CPS Energy outage map, there are 11 active outages affecting roughly 5,077 customers. 

Click here to view where the outages are.

There are currently six roads closed in Bexar County. 

Related story: Road closures in San Antonio due to flooding


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