1,700 Chautauqua County Residents Still Without Power

OBSERVER Photo by Janice Gee Trucks were stationed on Route 60 in preparation for high winds.

Roughly 1,740 homes in Chautauqua County still don’t have power, according to National Grid’s outage map, in the wake of powerful wind storms that tore through the area on Sunday.

the biggest outages are 592 homes in Busti and North Harmony in the Longview area, 288 homes outside of Frewsburg in the vicinity of Route 62 and Conewango Creek, 106 homes in North Harmony near Ashville, 68 homes in Chautauqua and Westfield, 115 homes in Maple Springs, 67 homes in Carroll and Poland in the vicinity of Ivory Road and Route 62.

In the wake of the afternoon storm, county dispatch reported having more than 30 calls backed up for a variety of downed trees and utility poles.

Jamestown’s westside saw several trees come down during the storm. First responders were on scene for two uprooted trees in the West Third Street area, one at its interaction at Andrews Avenue, where one tree fell on a garage, and another at the intersection of Lakin and Ellis Avenues that took down a power line. A third tree on lower Stewart Avenue also took down a power line.


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