DETROIT (AP) — A storm that brought high winds to parts of Michigan is being blamed for downing some trees and power lines.
Utilities say that at its peak Sunday about 23,000 homes and businesses lost electrical service around the state. About 20,000 of those customers were from DTE Energy Co. The utility says Monday morning that most of them had service back by Sunday night.
In Detroit, WXYZ-TV reports high winds on Sunday afternoon knocked down a large tree, hitting Shirley Davis' house. No injuries were reported.