WPS Crews Respond to Power Outage South of Manitowoc


Sep 4, 2020 9:30 AM



Nearly 170 Manitowoc area customers of Wisconsin Public Service had their power interrupted for a time yesterday afternoon.

W-P-S spokesman, Brendan Conway, tells SeehaferNews.com that strong winds caused a large tree or limb to fall onto an electrical line, south of the Manitowoc city limits, just after 2pm.

Conway informed us that 168 customers were affected and a Wisconsin Public Service work crew had power restored an hour later (by 3pm).

The WPS spokesperson said high winds caused other outages in the northeast region.



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