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UPDATE: More than 13,000 TEP customers without power

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

More than 13,000 Tucson Electric Power customers are without power.

This is affecting people who live near Golf Links Road and Pantano where nearly 2,400 people are without power. 3,500 people are also without power near Broadway and Speedway Also, near Houghton and Irvington where 1,900 people are without power. 1,500 customers near Ft. Lowell and Swan are affected. Nearly 1,400 customers along Swan and around Speedway are affected too. Smaller pockets across Tucson are also affected. About 800 customers in the southeast side won't have power restored until tomorrow morning.

TEP is investigating and working to restore power.

 Stick with us for updates.

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