Sunday afternoon: No time set for return of power, says Consumers spokesperson

Consumers Energy crews have been working around the clock to restore power to many in the area. Here they work on a power pole on Fifth Street in Rogers City Sunday afternoon.
Consumers Energy crews have been working around the clock to restore power to many in the area. Here they work on a power pole on Fifth Street in Rogers City Sunday afternoon.

(Nov. 20 2:30 P.M.) The latest word on power outages is no time has been set for the return of electric service.

“Currently there are 115 outages in Presque Isle County, with no definitive restoration time yet. At this time we’re still assessing damages and crews will be added to this area as they complete work in other areas,” said┬áDebra Dodd, a spokesperson for Consumers Energy.

“Since the storms that moved through on Friday nearly 60,000 customers experienced interruptions due to high winds and snow that brought down power lines and caused other damages. We appreciate our customers’ patience as we work to restore service as quickly and safely as possible.”