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SUNDAY: 4,500-plus remain without power in Central Virginia

RICHMOND, Va. — Thousands of Dominion Energy customers remain without power since severe storms spawned by Tropical Storm Michael moved through Central Virginia Thursday evening.

Dominion Energy reported that 4,791 (down from 22,602 Sunday at 12 a.m.) customers are still without power in the Richmond-area as of Sunday night. A majority of the outages are located Chesterfield,  Henrico, Hanover, and the City of Richmond.

Power outages as 9:45 p.m. Sunday:

Chesterfield: 1,350 (30,046 -- Friday afternoon)

Henrico: 1,060 (16,651)

Richmond City: 794 (15,181)

Hanover: 479 (9,911)

New Kent: 370 (9,141)

For more information and updates on Dominion outages and restoration times click here.

Report outages on any mobile device at dom.com or by calling 1-866-366-4357. Stay away from all downed trees and downed wires. You can’t tell if a power line is energized by looking. If the power line is energized, the tree may be energized too. Call 1-866-DOM-HELP to report downed wire. False reporting delays restoration and can put people in harm’s way, so please only report downed wire if you see it.For more information and updates on Dominion outages and restoration times click here.

Report outages on any mobile device at dom.com or by calling 1-866-366-4357.

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