Duke Energy Sending Crews from Indiana to Assist in Storm Restoration in the Wake of Hurricane Dorian

(PLAINFIELD) – Duke Energy is sending a contingent of line workers, vegetation workers, supervisors and administrative personnel to assist in restoring power to customers in the Southeast who are affected by Hurricane Dorian.

Crews are leaving from eight different operations centers in Indiana, including:

  • Aurora
  • Bedford
  • Clarksville
  • Edinburgh (outlet mall)
  • Princeton
  • Shelbyville
  • Sullivan
  • Interstate 70 at Cloverdale exit

Departure times will be at approximately 7 a.m., Friday, Aug. 30, 2019. Crews will drive to Macon, Georgia to spend Friday night. They will await further instructions as to where they will be deployed, either in Florida or the Carolinas, depending on the track of hurricane and level of damage.

It’s unknown at this point how long crews will be deployed.

If you have an interest in documenting crews leaving from your area, please Lew Middleton at 317.474.7448. The greatest number of crews will be at the Edinburgh outlet mall just off I-65, and at the Shelbyville operations office, 2910 East State Road 44, Shelbyville.