Comcast in Washington State

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Wednesday Evening Storm Repairs Report from Comcast

Thankfully, our crews today have been able to undo most if not all of the setbacks suffered during the windstorm last night. We’ve also made headway in other repairs, and estimate about 3,000 customers are without service as of about 5 p.m. Wednesday.

The areas challenging us are the same areas you’ve heard about in the media in Thurston County and throughout Washington as still suffering from power outages (a power outage in the area can affect some of our customers even when their own home power is on, as we explained in a post below) Among the areas in King County we’re working are Cedar Downs and parts of East King County. We also are working today and will continue working tomorrow in Federal Way and Kent Vista.

Thurston County is a good example of a place where we had to repair a lot of damage just from last night, such as around Martin and Marvin Roads in Lacey, and the area around Littlerock Road. We spent time today around the Johnson Point Road and Libby Road areas in North Olympia that suffered a lot of damage, as well as in Tenino, Maytown and areas around Yelm.

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About wtneary

Community relations director, Comcast in Washington State.


This entry was posted on January 25, 2012 by in All News Releases.
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