GREENVILLE — About 2,500 customers were without power in the Greenville area Saturday morning.
According to Consumers Energy spokesman, Tim Pietryga, the outage was due to a raccoon that climbed into a substation on Peck Road.
According to Consumers, the outage occurred at 1:10 a.m. on Saturday and was restored at 3:44 a.m.
“That is the only major outage we have for that area on Saturday,” Pietryga said after asking about reports of outages Saturday night.
The Daily News also received reports of power being out around 11 p.m. Saturday. When calling Consumers Energy Saturday night, the automated message addressed that the Greenville area was experiencing problems, but no information was available on why.