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By Alabama NewsCenter Staff
After making landfall as a Category 2 hurricane Wednesday, Hurricane Zeta moved across the South, causing substantial power outages for customers in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and the Carolinas, before moving up the East Coast.
Alabama Power reported that about one-third of its customers lost service due to the tropical-storm-force winds and heavy rain that left significant, widespread damage across the state.
The company said its power outages peaked at 504,000 early Thursday morning. Storm team evaluators, line crews and support personnel worked throughout the day and into the night Thursday assessing damage and repairing wires and poles damaged by the storm.
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