GREENSBORO, N.C. — With Ian out of the Triad, several crews are working to clear up the damage the storm has left behind.
The City of Greensboro tweeted that more than 200 trees had fallen on Friday.
On Saturday, The City of Burlington's Public Works crews were out clearing fallen trees.
With several downed trees many were left in the dark as power outages were reported throughout the Triad
Duke Energy reported 12,000 people in Guilford County, 1,000 in Alamance County, and 1,000 in Randolph County are without power as of Sunday.
As crews set out to restore power, clear out fallen trees and other debris WFMY News 2 is on the scene in Mebane to see how much progress has been made.
WFMY News 2's Amber Lake was in Mebane Saturday, where a tree fell on a home that is said to be more than 100 years old. Fortunately, no one was home at the time.
North Carolina Ian-Related Deaths
Governor Roy Cooper has reported four deaths in North Carolina in the wake of Ian. A 25-year-old man in Johnston County, a 24-year-old woman in Clayton, and a 22-year-old man in Martin County died from car related accidents during the storm. A 65-year-old in Johnston died from carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator running in his closed garage. His wife has been hospitalized.
Gov. Cooper warns North Carolinians that danger is still at hand.
“The storm has passed, but many hazards remain with downed trees, downed power lines and power outages,” said Cooper.
“We mourn with the families of those who have died and urge everyone to be cautious while cleaning up to avoid more deaths or injuries," he said.