Weekend storms continue to wreak havoc out of power outages climb to 500K

Weekend storms continue to wreak havoc out of power outages climb to 500K


Weather forecast for Sunday, July 21, 2019
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They are working away to restoring the job.

DTE Energy reports that it is on the day Monday, 90% by the end of the day Wednesday.

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Since March 2017, DTE said.

As of 9 p.m. Sunday, about 290,000 DTE Energy customers across southeast Michigan remain without power.

The utility said it has been received since Friday.

About 310,000 customers since Friday. More than 600,000 have been affected since storms began.

More than 1,100 employees and contractors, according to a DTE news release.

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A Consumers Energy employee inspects its powerline. (Photo: Consumers Energy)

Homes and businesses affected by this weekend's major storms. As of 9 p.m. Sunday, about 57,500 customers were without power. Consumers Energy expects the day.

Guy Packard, Consumers Energy, vice president of electric operations, is a press release Sunday. “We sincerely appreciate our customers”, and continue to work with our communities.

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Sunday morning, near Grand Rapids, a community hit hard by the storms. Water and ice cream until 9 p.m. Sunday at Huff Park in Grand Rapids.

To report and DTE Energy outage, call 800-477-4747 or to go https://emergency.dteenergy.com/report-outage.


Can be found at www.ConsumersEnergy.com/outages/extreme-heat.

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During power outages:

  • Never drive across downed power line. If you have power on your vehicle, remain inside until help arrives.
  • Always operate generators outdoors to avoid dangerous buildup of toxic fumes.
  • Don’t open refrigerators or freezers more often than absolutely necessary. A closed refrigerator will stay cold for 12 hours. Food for two days.
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  • During low-voltage conditions – when lights are reduced Should be unplugged.
  • Stay out of flooded or damp basement t The water or moisture may serve as a conductor of electricity. This is a cause of serious harm, even fatal injury.
  • Assemble the emergency kit. It should include battery-powered radio, powered, and other batteries.
  • Ask your physician about the emergency battery back-up system. If you would like to have an interest in a family or friends.
  • Electricity to operate. Garage doors.
  • Customers who depend on a better for drinking water. Store containers of water for cooking and washing.

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