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2 Pecos Barstow Toyah ISD schools without power

(Source: Pecos Barstow Toyah ISD/ Facebook) (Source: Pecos Barstow Toyah ISD/ Facebook)
PECOS COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

Two schools in the Pecos Barstow Toyah  school district are without power Thursday morning. 

Austin Elementary and Crockett Middle School will remain open and students will get cereal for breakfast.

Transportation and regular schedules will be followed. 

The power company informed the district the electricity should be restored shortly. 

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