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Capitol Police work to clear parts of the National Mall after the strong thunderstorms that tore through the D.C. region yesterday.
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Capitol Police work to clear parts of the National Mall after the strong thunderstorms that tore through the D.C. region yesterday.

Many of Dominion's outages are located around Arlington County and Alexandria in Fairfax County. Cleanup has been ongoing today, NBC Washington reports.

By 3 p.m. Pepco reports that less than 150 of their customers are still without power in D.C., Montgomery County and Prince George's County. More than 40,000 people were without power right after the storm.

There was also one casualty of the storms, according to a report in the Washington Post. A man that was riding his bike along the towpath of the C&O Canal near White's Ferry in Montgomery County was killed when a tree fell on him, the National Park Service told the Post.

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