Four-day cold front in Texas leaves thousands without power | USA TODAY

At least seven people have died after a four-day cold front blew through Texas, leaving tens of thousands without power.

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Travis County, where state capital Austin is located, remained the epicenter of the outages Friday morning, where nearly 120,000 customers were without power. Energy officials said it was unclear when power would be restored in Austin, the American-Statesman, part of the USA TODAY Network, reported Thursday night.

More than 36,000 outages were reported Friday morning in Williamson County, just north of Austin.

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