GARLAND, Texas - Some people in North Texas could be without power until Friday because of damaged utility poles.
More than 300 homes and businesses in southeast Garland lost power after a storm blew through the area Sunday night.
Officials said high winds snapped a pole that carries electricity to Wynn Joyce Road. The weight of that first pole brought down dozens more, kind of like a domino effect.
Crews are now working around the clock to replace a total of 18 poles. Several have already been replaced.
However, the city-owned Garland Power and Light said it could be Friday before all the lights come back on.