ST. LOUIS – Residents on both sides of the river are waking up in the dark Tuesday morning after storms knocked the power to over 15,000 customers.
Outages included areas in St Charles. O’Fallon, St Charles County,, Earth City, Maryland Heights, St Ann, Breckenridge Hills, Bellefontaine Neighbors. Northwoods, near Bellerive, University City, Ladue, Huntleigh.
In the Metro East most of the outages are in Granite City, Near Edwardsville, North of Collinsville, near Maryville.
Ameren reports that crews are working to restore power. There’s no word on when power is expected to be fully restored.
If you are without power, report your outage online or call 800 – 552-7583
As of 7:30 am
Customers Without Service: 5,695
Customers Served: 1,210,030
Customers Without Service: 13,087
Customers Served: 1,209,944
Tree over road https://t.co/jOjtyc63BD
— FOX 2 Rogue Runner (@RogueRunnerSTL) August 13, 2019
Power outages getting worse on the Missouri side…now there are 11,804 without power in MO and 1,367 in Ilinois which is improving @fox2now
— Monica Adams (@MonicaAdamsTV) August 13, 2019
If you reside on Rule Ave, north of Ameling there is a tree and power lines across the roadway. So, if you live on Rule, you’re basically stuck at home until they get that removed from the roadway. We do not have an ETA when the roadway will open. @MonicaonFOX @KMOV @ksdknews pic.twitter.com/GjqqUKMCCW
— Maryland Heights PD (@MHPolice) August 13, 2019