1,614 customers hanged around without power on Monday night

The tree services as well as the utility crews are currently busy in the central New Jersey when the series of severe storms progressed through the area.

Forecasters judge a supercell activity envelopment sound gusts as swollen as 65 mph pounded Freehold and Freehold Township on Sat night.

According to the Jersey Central Power & Light, a total of 1,614 clients stayed without power on Monday night. A lot of those clients are in the Freehold area.

The officials also state that most of their clients should already get the service back on Monday midnight.

Aside from the suspension of electricity supply, the fallen trees are also blacking the pathways of many roads. The mayor of Freehold carried out a dusk to dawn curfew.

The surroundings at the Monmouth County Fair in Freehold Township as well as the numerous shelters were damaged by the strong storms which forced the officials to call off the fair’s closing day of occasions on Sunday.

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