Thousands but energy in coastal Georgia from serious storm

ATLANTA (AP) — More than 125,000 business mostly in coastal and south Georgia are but energy after Hurricane Irma crossed over into a state overnight, bringing high winds and rain.

Georgia Power mouthpiece Holly Crawford pronounced Monday a areas with a many outages are Glynn and Chatham counties. She says a application association has about 3,400 employees on standby to respond.

Crawford says Georgia Power expects a widespread of repairs caused by high winds and depressed trees. The application association says it contingency wait until conditions are protected for repairs comment teams to enter a margin and start a replacement routine followed by correct crews, that could take several days.

Gov. Nathan Deal announced on Sunday a state of puncture for all 159 counties in Georgia. A pleasant charge warning was released for a initial time in Atlanta.

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