Gilliam expected repairs to electrical service to take two to three hours. Customers were affected in the areas of Little Road, Railroad Road, Ky. 954, Richmond Road and Doty Lane.
The stormy weather that arrived Monday afternoon caused problems in Boyle County, too.
Danville police officers and Boyle County deputies were busy clearing roadways of downed trees and other debris this morning.
Traffic light down in Danville
Officers were directing traffic near Boyle County Schools' main campus after a traffic light at the intersection of U.S. 127 and Perryville Road was dashed into the roadway. A caller reported the downed light about 4 a.m. today.
Trees were reported down on Alta Avenue, Old Shakertown Road and Seminole Drive, and a limb fell on a gate at Hilldale Cemetery on Duncan Hill, said Danville Assistant Police Chief Tom Bustle. Callers also reported trees down in the South Third Street and Alum Springs areas.
Sheriff LeeRoy Hardin said his deputies were clearing trees from Ky. 52 near Goggin Lane and Hubble Road this morning.
At least one weather-related accident occurred in Danville, Bustle said. Susan McClain of Burgin lost control of her pickup truck and crashed into a tree along Old Shakertown Road about 3:15 p.m. Monday. McClain was not seriously injured, Bustle said.
Inter-County also reported several other spotted outages across its 12-county service territory. Gilliam said there is no real rhyme or reason as to why electricity went out where it did.
Crews working on power
"Locally, we just had sketchy spots, and crews went out as early as 10 p.m. last night," Gilliam said.
"We may have had a transformer blow on Chrisman Lane, and a tree down on a line in Perryville. But it was all very minimal damage. It just happens here, there, and yonder, and there's really no way to explain it."
Gilliam said several areas were still without electricity this morning, and crews may be working in some areas throughout the day.
"They go out and pull the limbs off the lines, put the lines back up, then they may have to go back out and make sure the rest of the limbs aren't shaky since there was more high winds this morning, for instance," Gilliam said.
In Stanford, the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department reported several trees down around the county. One fallen tree, on Ky. 78, caused an early morning injury accident.
Sheriff Shelby Lakes said a 1996 Ford Windstar van wrecked due to the downed tree, resulting in a minor injury to the driver.
In Liberty, several trees were reported down on Calvary Ridge Road, plus electrical outages in the Wilson Ridge area, according to Liberty police.
Staff Writer Todd Kleffman contributed to this story.