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.
The woman died Monday evening in Macomb County amid record-breaking rainfall.
All animals are secure and there are no concerns with animal welfare at this time, officials said.
Things are so bad in Warren, Mayor Jim Fouts wants the National Guard to come assist residents dealing with the storm’s aftermath.
Virtually all DTE customers are expected to have their electric service restored by late Wednesday night.
Winter storm that brought ice and rain to southeastern Michigan left 138,000 DTE Energy customers without power, and as of Monday morning, about 83,000 homes and businesses remained without electricity.
Three to six inches of snow is expected to fall on Metro Detroit, beginning late Friday, through Saturday.
Family members say Willadean Small had dementia and lived alone in the Galesburg house