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UPDATE 1:13 p.m.: Power was restored at 12:40 pm to all customers.
‘Our crews found a piece of equipment that they safely repaired. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate our customers’ patience,” said Brendan Conway, a spokesperson for We Energies.
RACINE — A number of We Energies customers — including businesses on Main Street and city office buildings — have been without power since 11:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Conway said crews are on scene, but a cause for the outage has not been deterimined.
The affected area included customers south of State Street, west of Pershing Drive, north of 19th Street and east of West Boulevard.