UPDATE (2:57 p.m.): The Oneonta Police Department says power has been restored to all Oneonta residents affected by the afternoon outage.

UPDATE (12:50 p.m.): NYSEG pushed back its original estimate for power restoration. It now says power should be restored to Oneonta residents by 3 p.m. Power is currently out for approximately 900 Oneonta residents, according to NYSEG.

UPDATE (12:15 p.m.): Delaware County outages have been restored.

As of 11 a.m., more than 800 people are without power in Otsego County, including a number of Oneonta businesses and residents. Delaware County has nearly 1,500 without power, as of noon.

The Oneonta outage originated near the railroad tracks at Sand St., and due to an inaccessible pole that crossed over the tracks, NYSEG has had to disable power to many more residents in the city, according to the electric company.

NYSEG says that power should be restored to homes and businesses by 1:30 p.m., according to a statement from the Oneonta Police Department.

Currently, some intersections along Main St., Oneonta, are without power and police are advising motorists to use caution.