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Warming centers are open in York County after widespread power outages

As of Tuesday, of the 32,097 Mainers without power, 32,059 were in York County according to Central Maine Power.
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YORK, Maine — Many Mainers are without power after a snowstorm swept through Maine on Monday. 

To help those affected stay warm, several warming centers in York County opened Monday night into Tuesday morning, according to a Facebook post by the York Police Department.

Warming stations will be available at the York Beach Fire Department at 18 Railroad Ave. the York Fire Department located at 1 Firehouse Dr. until 8 a.m. Tuesday morning, the post stated. 

In addition to those warming centers, Kennebunk Fire Chief Justin Cooper contacted NEWS CENTER Maine Tuesday morning to report that a shelter and warming center was opened at Kennebunk High School in Gym B. The center is open for the day for anyone who needs it and is accessible from the Fletcher Street side of the school.

For those who need a place to get warm, the York Beach Fire/Rescue and York, Maine Fire Department has opened their...

Posted by York Maine Police Department on Monday, January 23, 2023

As of 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, Central Maine Power reported 32,097 Mainers without power, with 32,059 outages located in York County alone

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