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Warming shelters open for Loveland residents without power

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Published on Jan 6, 2014

LOVELAND, Ohio (WKRC) -- A few hundred people in Loveland have gone more than 15 hours without power, and now the city has opened a warming shelter.Duke Energy says a high-tension power line was damage and it's taking hours to restore power to the sections of Loveland in Clermont and Warren Counties Monday.The warming and charging centers are located at the Loveland Safety Center, 126 S. Lebanon Road and the Symmes Township Safety Center at 8871 Weekly Lane off of Mason Road. In addition to providing a warm place to stay, people can also charge their cell phones. Outlets will be provided, but residents must bring their own chargers.Loveland is looking for volunteers to help staff the warming centers, especially if they're needed overnight and Tuesday morning. Email carter.pittman@hamilton-co.org if you can help.Loveland asks residents do not call the dispatch center for updates on restoring power. Call Duke Energy at (800) 543-5599.

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