By Dan Wing

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Thousands of people across the region are without power Tuesday after the winter storm took out a number of power lines.

Atlantic City Electric is reporting over 5,000 without power. To report an outage call 1-800-833-7476.

PSE&G is working to restore about 9,000 customers who are without power, primarily in Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties. The area sustained damage from ice that took down trees and wires. Municipalities with the most outages are Moorestown, Willingboro, Camden and Deptford.

To report an outage call 1-800-436-7734.

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PECO is reporting over 600 customers without power. To report an outage call: 1-800-841-4141.

Delmarva Power has restored service to more than 68,000 customers who were impacted by the winter storm Tuesday.

The company is continuing their efforts with restoring power to more than 19,000 Tuesday night.

“Our first priority is the safety of our customers and crews. We urge customers to stay clear of wires hanging loose from poles or lying on the ground,” said Gary R. Stockbridge, Delmarva Power Regional President. “We’ve launched our restoration fleets into the affected communities and they will work around the clock until everyone’s power is restored.”

Delmarva Power  says more than 450 workers from across our Exelon family of utilities will arrive ready to work Wednesday morning.

“Our Delmarva Power crews and these crews from sister utilities will continue to work as safely and quickly as possible to restore power to every customer in our community,” said the company.

Customers are asked to report outages at or by calling 1-800-898-8042

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