Hundreds of thousands of residents of Wisconsin and Michigan have lost electricity due to the accident, the cause of which was the storm that covered the region this weekend.
A series of powerful thunderstorms this weekend in the upper Midwest relieved the Americans from the intense heat that engulfed the Eastern half of the country, but hurricane-force gusts have caused mass blackouts in two States.
As of Sunday evening in Wisconsin and Michigan, there were more than 564 000 blackouts. DTE Energy in Michigan reported that 375 000 customers statewide were left without electricity after two waves of thunderstorms for Friday and Saturday, about 1,500 downed power lines. To help emergency teams called assistants from Indiana.