DETROIT – Storms moving through southeastern Michigan on Wednesday caused more power outages in the area – and more severe storms are possible Thursday.
From kl. 12:36 Thursday more than 121,600 DTE Energy customers were without power, mainly in the counties of Oakland and Macomb.
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Stay at least 20 meters away from disused power lines and everything they are in contact with, including puddles and fences. Also keep children and pets away.
Be extremely careful near metal fences, which conducts current after a severe storm. Electric current will be the strongest where a broken wire touches a metal fence. Even a connecting fence located several backyards away can be energetic and dangerous.
Never cross yellow barrier tape. It may be around disused power lines.
Never drive over closed power lines. If a power cord falls on your vehicle, stay inside your car until emergency assistance arrives.
A living power line can spark and whip around when it looks like a ground. A ground is the ground or something that touches the ground, like a fence or a tree. A living wire that has found the ground may lie silently, but it is still dangerous. Report a broken line online in the DTE Energy Mobile App or call us immediately at 800.477.4747.
Cable or telephone wires can be powered if they come into contact with the electrical lines.Contact with any power supply cord can be fatal.
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