Many in Michigan are still without power after storm took out more than 2,000 power lines
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Work being done on Orchard Lake Rd where a power pole fell.
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Work being done on Orchard Lake Rd. DTE said more than 2,000 power lines were taken down.
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Damage in Oakland Co. where wind gusts took out large trees.
Three days after severe thunderstorms knocked out service to 462,000 customers, utility companies are reporting that tens of thousands of Michigan homes and businesses are still without power.
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Detroit-based DTE Energy Co. says 89,000 of its customers were without power late Monday morning, down from 375,000 hit by Friday's storms. Some schools that lost power were closed Monday. DTE says full restoration probably will take until Tuesday or Wednesday. Wayne County has 53,000 outages and Oakland County has 19,000. Crews from Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, New York and Tennessee are helping. Jackson-based CMS Energy Corp.'s Consumers Energy unit says about 580 customers were without power Monday morning, down from more than 87,000 affected.
DTE said the storms were among "the most damaging in the companies' history."
Wind gusts of more than 75 miles per hour caused more than 2,000 downed power lines across DTE’s Southeast Michigan service area.