Downed power line causes outage on Milwaukee's north side Wednesday morning
Posted: Dec 27, 2017 1:00 PM CDT
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- This week is not a good time to be without electricity. Unfortunately that was the case on Milwaukee's north side Wednesday morning.
An outage knocked out power to more than 2,600 We Energies customers at one point.
Crews quickly responded and most of the power has been restored as of noon.
When it's this cold, warming centers open their doors to keep people safe from the dangerous conditions. For information about a shelter near you, call the social services hotline at 211.