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Published 6/13/2020
9:38pm

Consumers Energy Still Working To Determine Cause of Outage Impacting Durand Area Residents

Power Went Out Saturday Evening

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Power has been out for some Durand area residents since around 2:30 Saturday afternoon and Consumers Energy says the cause is still unknown.

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A resident that spoke to workers for the utility company who were on Durand's south side were told they are still trying to figure out the problem.  Information on Consumers' outage map indicates the same, and at 9:46pm, still offered no estimated time of restoration.

An outage has been impacting rural residents on both sides of I-69, north of Garrison and south of E Lansing Road, since 2:30 Saturday afternoon.  At around 6:30pm, the majority of the City of Durand's south side lost power.  At around 7:40, the lights went out for a hand full of residents near Duffield and Hill roads and at 8:30pm, power went out on North Oak Street north of Main, between Brand and Kent streets.

Meanwhile, crews are still working to restore power to thousands of customers in the south central and southwest parts of the state, after midweek storms.

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