DTE crews have restored power to the majority of homes and businesses that lost service during a weekend storm, even as new severe weather was bearing down on Michigan’s Lower Peninsula.
Livonia and Redford Township residents who lost power during Friday’s severe storm can even spend the night if they’re without power.
It hit just near the end of popular metro Detroit Labor Day event Arts, Beats & Eats, sending some scrambling for cover as torrents of rain fell and wind lashed booths.
Metro Detroiters were hit with a burst of rain and gusty winds – just weeks after severe flooding hit the area.
Police said the 18-month-old girl was outside for at least 45 minutes and was wearing only a diaper.
The storms could produce wind gusts of 60 miles per hour and hail up to an inch in diameter.
“We’re performing movie stunts in a live setting. It’s not CGI. Gravity’s real. Solid objects are really solid.”
Crews responding to cable service outages in Metro Detroit are being hindered by flooding and other storm damage.
Citizens shouldn’t worry, Michigan’s governor says, everything is under control.
“It appears that Warren was the epicenter of the disaster. There’s at least 1,000-plus cars abandoned on the thoroughfares of Warren,” Fouts said Tuesday morning.