Central Maine Power Co. crews will spend the rest of the night restoring power to the less than 200 or so customers who were still without electrical service on the night before Thanksgiving.

CMP spokeswoman Gail Rice said crews were working to restore power to customers in the towns of Buxton, Camden, Cornish, Frankfort, Freeport, Limerick, Raymond, Woolwich and West Bath.

The company estimates that more than 28,000 customers lost power during Wednesday’s snow storm.

The snow from that storm made for treacherous driving conditions, resulting in several motor vehicle accidents that knocked out power to thousands of customers. Rice said the snow also coated tree limbs and branches, which put them into contact with power lines.

“We appreciate customers’ patience and understanding as our crews worked to complete repairs to 28,000 customer accounts in a single day,” Rice said.