LACKAWANNA / WYOMING COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) – Storms from Wednesday night have caused multiple traffic issues and utility damage across Lackawanna County and Wyoming County.
High winds and rain have knocked down several trees and utility lines across both counties.
As of 1:00 p.m. Thursday morning, PPL estimated roughly 700 customers are still without power.
Several sections of Route 11 in Wyoming and Lackawanna Counties have been closed entirely while crews work to repair downed lines and fallen trees.
Route 107 in Clinton Township, Wyoming County, is also closed while crews conduct repairs.
The storm had damaged several trees and even businesses in the area when it came through Wednesday night.
For the latest in road conditions you can check out 511pa.com .