Power outages cause problems in West Michigan | News
GRAND RAPIDS (WZZM) - Consumers Energy says 26,000 customers in the state of Michigan are without power.
Many of these outages are because of the overnight storms.
4,900 customers lost power in Muskegon County.
About 1,200 customers are without power in Kent County. Many of these outages were caused when a transformer blew in Walker about 3:00 am.
The power outages are causing some closings and delays for businesses and schools.
L3 Communications in Muskegon County is telling first shift workers not to report, and asking all second shift workers to call before they come in, to see if power has been restored.
West Catholic High School in Grand Rapids is on a two hour delay because of the power outage.
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