SALT LAKE CITY — Members of the Utah National Guard are out this morning in an effort to clean up after a brutal windstorm made its way through Utah this week that left fallen trees and debris across the northern portions of the state.
23,410 customers are still without power as 132 crews from Rocky Mtn Power are working to restore power to those affected by the storm.
Power company CEO Gary Hoogeveen says they are sorry for the big delays in getting the power back on following historic storm damage
He says everyone should be back on by the end of the weekend.
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