Cleveland Public Power says power has been restored to west side neighborhoods

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland Public Power says power has been restored to all customers impacted by the outage.

Meanwhile, Cleveland police reminds citizens that although power has been restored to treat inoperable traffic signals as four-way stops

FOX 8 had received multiple calls from people in several neighborhoods, including Tremont, Ohio City and Old Brooklyn, indicating the outage.

Cleveland Public Power acknowledged the outage in a tweet posted just after 1:20 p.m. Saturday.

CPP does not indicate when the power will be restored but says it impacts 4500 homes and businesses, but then later tweeted the outage may be affecting more people.

Cleveland Fire reports stations in the areas impacted are running on generators.

As of 2:41 p.m., CPP announced that power had been restored.


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