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Mon July 11, 2011
95,000 Consumers Energy customers left powerless by strong storms
It may take until Thursday before tens of thousands of people in west and central Michigan get their electricity back. Two strong storm fronts moved through the state today, packing powerful winds.
Terry Dedoes is a Consumers Energy spokesman. He says the utility is busy trying to restore electricity to 95 thousand Consumers Energy customers.
“That second wave materialized…and that did a lot of damage…we saw more outages from that second wave that came through in Kalamazoo….which just got brushed by that first one.”
One fatality is blamed on the storms that ripped through Michigan on Monday.