Thousands without power in Northeast Ohio in the middle of Winter Storm Harper



CLEVELAND, Ohio – Winter Storm Harper caused power outages Saturday night that left thousands of people without electricity in northeastern Ohio.

Nearly 2,500 Cleveland Public Power customers on the west side of the city are without electricity, CPP said on Twitter. Residents from Flats to West 85th Street, north and south of Detroit Avenue, are affected.

The teams are working to fix the interruption. CPP did not indicate when the power would be restored.

More than 2,400 FirstEnergy customers are also without electricity, according to the company's interruption map. Residents on the west side of Cleveland, Cleveland Heights, Euclid and Lorain County are affected.


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