Several roads have been closed in Hunterdon County due to weather conditions caused by Friday's winter storm, according to Hunterdon County Emergency Management.
Route 173 in Bethlehem Township was among the more than 20 roads throughout the county that are closed.
Emergency Services will work on reopening the roads Saturday.
Many areas in the county are also dealing with significant damage from trees, poles and wires down.
The Hunterdon County Emergency Operations Center has activated as of 8:00 a.m. Saturday, March 3, 2018 to coordinate resource requests and services.
JCP&L reported that there were 30,696 outages in Hunterdon County, which represents 51 percent of the county's total customers.
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