ELKHART, Ind. (AP) - A utility that serves communities in Indiana and Michigan says roughly 1,000 customers still have no electricity due to flooding.
The actual number of people affected would be higher because of household size.
Indiana Michigan Power says service won't be restored until local inspections are completed. It didn't offer a time or day. The utility's service area includes South Bend, Elkhart and other communities in northwestern Indiana as well as southwestern Michigan.
The utility said Saturday it continues to monitor six dams on the St. Joseph River. The region has been inundated with rain and melting snow.
(Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
- Flooding cuts power for many in Indiana and Michigan
- Regulators approve Indiana Michigan Power rate hike
- Indiana Michigan Power is sending a warning to its customers
- Public hearings for Indiana Michigan Power rate hike proposal scheduled
- Indiana Michigan Power customers can get help paying cooling bill
- Indiana Michigan Power kicks off their United Way campaign
- Indiana Michigan Power asking regulators to approve second rate hike in two years
- The top of Indiana Michigan power is getting ready for the fireworks
- Indiana Michigan Power to follow up disconnection notices with automated call