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AEP Texas reports scattered outages associated with Tropical Storm Harold’s approach to the Texas coast

August 22, 2023

One Voice Update #2 – Tropical Storm Harold
Monday, 8/22/2023 AM


AEP Texas reports scattered outages associated
with Tropical Storm Harold’s approach to the Texas coast

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (August 22, 2023) – At 11 a.m., approximately 10,500 customers are without power across south Texas as heavy rains and winds associated with Tropical Storm Harold begin to arrive on the Texas Gulf Coast.

Once the storm passes and as soon as safely possible, crews will begin addressing safety hazards and assessing any damage to our electrical facilities.

As a general safety reminder, please consider any downed power lines energized and stay at least ten feet away from them. Also, please keep children and pets inside immediately following the storm.

To prepare for the storm, AEP Texas has assembled over 1,500 available Distribution and Transmission workers across the Corpus Christi, Rio Grande Valley, and Laredo Districts.

AEP Texas will issue updates as more information becomes available. Customers can sign up for outage alerts at AEPTexas.com to receive updates on outages. Also, follow us on social media.

For more hurricane safety tips, and suggestions about what to do before, during, and after a storm, please visit AEPTexas.com/Safety.



Actualización  de One Voice #2 – Tormenta tropical Harold
Lunes, 8/22/2023 AM


AEP Texas reporta cortes dispersos asociados con el acercamiento
de la tormenta tropical Harold a la costa de Texas


CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (22 de agosto de 2023) – A las 11 a.m., aproximadamente 10,500 clientes están sin electricidad en todo el sur de Texas a medida que las fuertes lluvias y vientos asociados con la tormenta tropical Harold comienzan a llegar a la costa del Golfo de Texas.

Una vez que pase la tormenta y tan pronto como sea posible de manera segura, las cuadrillas comenzarán a abordar los riesgos de seguridad y evaluar cualquier daño a nuestras instalaciones eléctricas.

Como recordatorio general de seguridad, considere cualquier línea eléctrica caída energizada y manténgase al menos a diez pies de distancia de ellas. Además, mantenga a los niños y mascotas adentro inmediatamente después de la tormenta.

Para prepararse para la tormenta, AEP Texas ha reunido a más de 


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