UPDATE: Oct. 30, 9:30 a.m.: Con Edison has updated its totals to reveal that more than 74,000 Queens residents are without power. That total contributes to 650,000 residents without power across the city.
An estimated 331 Bayside residents lost their power during the storm, according to Con Ed.
Hurricane Sandy has knocked out power to more than 20,000 residents, mostly in eastern Queens, according to ConEd.
So far, the outages have impacted neighborhoods like Jamaica, which has nearly 10,000 residents powerless.
Rego Park, Richmond Hill and Flushing also have more than 2,000 people out of power each.
ConEd's map also shows more than 600 residents affected in northeast Queens, including more than 500 in Bayside.
More people have lost power in Queens than any other borough so far, with the light's going out on more than 50,000 people in the city.
To check on the status of power outages in your neighborhood, check ConEd's website here.
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