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Power Outage, Adams County, WI, USA

1 week ago

Wisconsin, United States

7:11 P.M. Power outages reported throughout central Wisconsin:
Adams: 1,402
Clark: 2
Forest: 92
Juneau: 3,289
Langlade: 1,184
Lincoln: 3
Marathon: 2,478
Oneida: 148
Portage: 7,943
Vilas: 283
Wood: 1,331

Outage link: wisconsinpublicservice.com
Source: waow.com
Published: 2022-06-15

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