Storms across the state leave several without power.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV)--Thousands of people have been out of power for going on three days now.
Friday's strong storm knocked out power to more than 60,000 people, and a small percentage of that number is still waiting for the lights to come back on.
Around noon Sunday an Entergy spokesperson said more than 4,000 people in central Arkansas were still in the dark. Half of that number lives here in Little Rock.
Crews came in from several different states to help with the outages.
Judy Drewery and Charles Adcock lost electricity on Friday after a storm blew over a limb, landing on power lines.
"Everything in the fridge is gone, and we really didn't make any arrangements for it because we kept thinking in was going to come back on."
Sunday brought a glimmer of hope. Crews from Texas came out to help restore power to the neighborhood. Entergy spokesperson Julie Munsell says they brought in hundreds of line men to help with the outages.
"A lot of them were coming back from working in Louisiana and agreed to deter their travel plans to come here and help us."
Munsell says one of the reasons for power staying out for so many is the strong wind gust we had on Friday. She says in many cases crews have to replace power poles.
If you're still without power, or know someone who is you can track your outage here.