West Michigan power companies are working to restore power after another storm of ice remains

by Brendan Buffa Newschannel 3

Following another Michigan storm that was falling on West Michigan, Indiana Michigan Power and Consumers Energy reported thousands of tours that affected a majority of the southern north of the state. (WWMT / MGN Online)

UPDATE: Indiana Michigan Power's estimated power was returned to customers in Berrien County, Cass, St. Joseph and Van Buren about 3 p.m. Wed.

Following another Michigan storm that was falling on West Michigan, Indiana Michigan Power and Consumers Energy reported thousands of tours that affected a majority of the southern north of the state.

The Indiana Indiana Power deficit map reported more than 3,500 people in Michigan without power, and most of them live in Berrien (1,586 advantages) and St Joseph County (1,113 deficiencies). The counties of Cass, Kalamazoo and Van Buren experienced as well as less than 1,000 customers that had an impact on them.

In terms of Consumer Energy, most of the customers affected have been seen for the Protection of St. Israel's County (466 advantages), County Branch (367 advantages) and County Kalamazoo (263). Fewer than 300 customers affected the costs of Allegan, Van Buren and Muskegon.

A Consumer Energy spokeswoman said that the groups are working to restore power to those who have an impact on them, and Indiana Michigan Power said they are focusing on power results for the time being of safety hazards, which have wires mostly flown.

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