New York State Electric and Gas crews have been busy taking care of widespread power interruptions in the Southern Tier, Finger Lakes and Central New York after a fast-moving storm swept through overnight 4/9-4/10.

At 3:30 a.m., close to 3,300 customers on the South Side of the City of Binghamton, Town of Binghamton and Town of Conklin were without power.  Emergency services officials said they believed a tree branch fell on a 'bus' in a NYSEG substation.

An hour later, the lights went out for a second in Downtown Binghamton but the area north of Interstate 81 in Johnson City lost power. About 2,600 customers there were in the dark for about an hour and a half.

A few customers in Kirkwood and Windsor also had service interruptions.

NYSEG reported all of Broome County was back on-line before 8 a.m. but Stuben, Livingston, Putnam and Wyoming Counties were still out.