Power outages caused by storms in Carolinas

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Storms moving through the Carolinas knocked down trees and caused power outages in western and central areas of the states.

Duke Energy reported that about 10,000 customers in North and South Carolina remained without power Thursday morning

WHNS-TV reported a man was treated for a head injury after a tree fell on him in Westminster, S.C., on Wednesday evening.

No injuries occurred when a tree fell on a home in Charlotte.

The storm blew the roof off of the Computer Dynamics building in Greenville County, S.C.

A tree also fell across a road at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport in Greer.

Officials at the Courier-Tribune in Asheboro said home delivery of Thursday’s edition of the newspaper was delayed because of a power outage in the western and northern portions of the county.

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