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November 18, 2013

Power restored to most of county

Power was restored to most of Madison County by Monday afternoon following high winds and storms the night before, officials said.

By Monday afternoon, about 150 customers with Indiana & Michigan were without power. However, areas between Muncie and Marion were to have electricity restored Monday evening.

Limited outages were restored for customers of other utilities in the county by Monday morning.

Tom Ecker, executive director of the Madison County Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency, said the damage from Sunday's storms was limited to power lines that were down and a few cars that had been damaged.

"We had two tornado warnings, but no tornadoes," Ecker said.

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