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Power restored after more than 3,000 CSU customers experienced an outage Monday

Power Outage
Posted at 3:49 PM, Jul 08, 2024

COLORADO SPRINGS — A power outage was affecting more than 3,000 customers on the northeast side of the city Monday afternoon, according to Colorado Springs Utilities (CSU).

As of 5:05 p.m., the utility company says power has been restored.

The outage is affecting customers in the areas of East Woodman Road and North Academy Boulevard. Originally, more than 3,000 customers were without power. CSU says the outage was reported at 3:20 p.m. Monday and they expect the outage to be resolved at 7:10 p.m. Monday.

News5 has reached out to CSU in an effort to hear what the cause of the outage was, they have not responded as of this article's last update.

CSU says to treat any dark intersections as four-way stops and to drive safely.

To stay up to date, you can visit CSU's outage map.

This is a developing story. News5 will continue to update this web story as we learn more.


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