DP&L Release from 9am this morning-

(5-30-19) DP&L has 3,000 boots on the ground today (and in buckets… and on poles…) focused on restoring power to the Miami Valley. (3,000 boots = 1,500 people working in the field). As of this morning, the National Weather Service has updated the confirmed tornado count to 14.

  • EF-3 – Montgomery County, starting in Trotwood
  • EF-3 – Riverside, Beavercreek Township
  • EF-3 – Celina
  • EF-2 – West Milton
  • EF-2 – Northeast of Jamestown
  • EF-2 – Northeast Montgomery County, South of Vandalia
  • EF-1 – West of Wapakoneta
  • EF-1 – Northeast of Jamestown
  • EF-1 – New Madison
  • EF-1 – South of Hollansburg (Darke County)
  • EF-0 – Waynesville
  • EF-0 – Taylor Creek Township (East of Indian Lake)
  • EF-0 – South of Troy
  • EF-0 – Near Phillipsburg

Thank you to the more than 750 crew members who travelled to the Miami Valley from other utilities and line contractors to join DP&L Local 175 crews and our local contractors to assist with restoration efforts.

  • AEP Ohio
  • ARC American in Indiana and other parts of Ohio
  • Bowlin in Ohio
  • City of Lebanon Coop in Ohio
  • Davis H Elliot crews from Indiana, Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, and other parts of Ohio
  • Intren from Ohio
  • Grove Construction in Kentucky
  • Hi-Tech in Ohio
  • Hydaker Wheatlake Company in Michigan
  • Indianapolis Power & Light Company in Indiana
  • LE Meyers in Indiana
  • Meade crews from Indiana
  • Midwest Powerline in Ohio
  • PAR Electric in Ohio
  • Pike Electric in Kentucky and Virginia
  • Pioneer Electric Coop in Ohio
  • PMI in Ohio
  • Service Electric Company in Indiana
  • Tipp City Coop in Ohio

We should also mention and thank AEP Ohio, Duke Energy in Cincinnati, Indianapolis Power & Light Company, and Louisville Gas and Electric Company and Kentucky Utilities Company for releasing many of their contractor crews to support the restoration.