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Some Mecosta County residents could be waiting a few days to get their power restored after Wednesday's high winds knocked out power across the state of Michigan.


Consumers Energy says due to the high winds that knocked down trees and power lines in Mecosta County, over 1,600 customers are without electricity.


They say crews have been assigned to restore power however due to the widespread severity of outages across the state, it could take until Saturday at 11pm to get it back.   

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