GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Power has been restored to more than 2,000 homes and businesses in Kent County.
According to the Consumer's Energy power outage map, Kent County had just under 2,500 outages.
The majority of power was lost in the area east of downtown Grand Rapids between Leonard Street and Wealthy Street; from Division Avenue to Diamond Avenue.
The outage also affected several businesses along Michigan Street.
A spokesperson for Consumers Energy says a circuit lockout occurred at a station in the Heritage Hill area. A circuit lockout is when something interrupts the current of electricity.
The power was restored at 1:48 Saturday afternoon.
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