Hundreds without power in several Indiana counties after outage

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A power outage affecting several Indiana counties left more than 3,400 customers without power Thursday morning.

According to Duke Energy, the outages include parts of Howard, Clinton, Carroll and Tipton counties. Howard had the most outages with more than 2,000.

Duke Energy said it was still assessing the cause of the outages.

By around 11 a.m., power had been restored to customers in Carroll County. Outages remained in Clinton, Howard and Tipton counties, with Duke reporting that more than 1,500 customers were still affected.

Duke revised its repair estimate, originally 11 a.m., to 4:30 p.m.