Power back on in Grand Haven

Residents were without power for about two hours on Saturday evening, Sept. 23.

GRAND HAVEN, MICH. - UPDATE Sept. 23, 11 p.m: According to the Grand Haven Board of Light and Power, the outage was due to a defective lighting arrestor that had been damaged over time. It was replaced, and power was out for a little under 2 hours. It affected about 3,700 people in Grand Haven. 

UPDATE Sept. 23, 10 p.m: Power has been restored to the residents of Grand Haven. The cause of the outage is still being determined. 

There is a power outage in Grand Haven that has left thousands without power. 

According to an outage map from The Grand Haven Board of Light and Power, the outages started around 8 p.m. and they are affecting several areas of more than 500 meters. 

Grand Haven State Park is one place without power. 

According to a representative from the GHBLP, crews are on the scene working to fix the problem. They have not found any major issues, but it is most likely an overloaded circuit. 

There is no definite timeline on when power will be returned. 

This is a developing story. 

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