LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The lights are finally back on after the county was reeling from widespread electricity outages Tuesday morning following an overnight storm.
According to news partner 13WHAM, at the outage’s peak, more than 4,000 RG&E customers were without power due to the storm damage.
National Grid and RG&E reported that less than 10 of their Livingston County customers were still without power at 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday.
Multiple trees were down across the county on Tuesday. One blocked Works Road in Avon but did not injure anyone.
News partner 13WHAM reports that according to fire officials, downed power lines were to blame for a barn fire on Gilbert Mills Road in East Avon. Firefighters were able to put it out quickly with the help of the Rush and Honeoye Falls Fire Department.