Downed power lines closed roads in several counties in the east Tuesday night.
The largest power outage still active early Wednesday morning was reported by Progress Energy in New Bern, with about 300 customers without power. That outage is now over. At the height of the outage, 1,500 people lost power.
Highway 17 in Pollocksville in Jones County closed around 9:00 p.m. and re-opened at midnight as scheduled.
Highway 171 in Jamesville in Martin County closed because of a downed power line just after 7:00 p.m. and has since re-opened.
Power lines down on Highway 11 North of Kinston had the southbound lanes of Highway 11 shutdown for several hours.
Here's a look at some of the damage across Eastern Carolina.
Washington:Power lines down.
Chocowinity: Tree down on Voice of America Road.
Old Ford: Tree down on Hwy 17 South.
Woodard: Trees down, light pole snapped on Woodard Rd.
Bridgeton: Tree down on power lines in near Hwy 70.
Cove City: Trees snapped, down on Hwy 70.
Ernul: Tree down at Aurora Rd. and Guinea Mill Rd.
Warsaw: Trees down.
Kenansville: Trees, power lines down.
Jamesville: Trees, power line down on Hwy 171.
Robersonville: Trees down across Hwy 903.
Farmville: Trees down
Jacksonville: large tree limbs down
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