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188,000 customers remain without power after Michigan windstorm
188,000 customers remain without power after Michigan windstorm

Almost 200,000 businesses and homes remained without power in southeastern Michigan and Detroit on Sunday evening, two days after windstorms wreaked havoc in the area. A spokeswoman with DTE Energy, the area's power provider, said 375,000 of the company's 2.1 million customers initially lost power after Friday's storms. More than 2,000 power lines were knocked down by winds that the National Weather Service said reached 74 mph, causing damage around Flint, Ann Arbor and Detroit. “This storm was actually among the most damaging storms in our company’s 111-year history," said Erica Donerson, a spokeswoman for DTE Energy. "It’s actually in the...

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