County Offers Assistance to Residents Impacted by Storm

As of 10:30 p.m. Sunday night 484 residents in Clarke County and  76 residents in the Town of Berryville were still without power after the historic storm that blasted the region Friday night.  With the prospect of additional days of heat advisories ahead and the possibility that electrical service may not be restored for several days, Clarke County government officials issued an alert via the county website offering assistance to individuals who need help. At 6:00 p.m. Sunday night the following information was made available:

Extreme Weather & Power Outage Information

Extreme weather conditions and power outages are projected to continue throughout the next several days.  If you require assistance in coping with the extreme temperatures or have medical issues negatively affected by the extreme temperatures or lack of power, please contact the Clarke County Emergency Center, non-emergency line, at 540-955-1234.  If you are experiencing an acute medical emergency, please call 911.

July 1, 2012 6:00 p.m.

 

Comments

  1. River Watcher says:

    Folks need WATER!!

    I had 2 days of water, in this heat it was going fast. I drove to a family members home an hour away to fill a rain barrel. Only people I know here where in the same boat I was, running out of water.

    Residents in the County have wells, no power no water.

    My power went on last night around 9pm.

    I will be filling my rain barrels today, if anyone knows folks who need water please tell me.

    Dealing without power is nothing compared to not having Water!