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Hundreds left without power in Dothan during cold night

The outage occurred as temperatures hovered between 18-21 degrees
Some Dothan utility customers spent several hours overnight without heat after power was lost. However, the outage had nothing to do with bitterly cold temperatures.

Electric Operations Superintendent Mark Kight said the outage was caused when a car struck a utility pole about 1:00 am Wednesday. The outage occurred in south Dothan.

It took up to five hours before up to 500 customers had power restored.

The outage occurred as temperatures hovered between 18-21 degrees. Some electrical providers, including those in central Alabama, experience outages due to heavy demand caused by the unusually cold temperatures.

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