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A winter storm has caused power outages for thousands of people in Wisconsin.

While power outages during winter storms are expected, some outages are harder to repair than others, resulting in longer waits for restoration.

At one point, over 110,000 people lost power across southeast Wisconsin, but crews are hard at work to restore power.

As of the latest update, the number of people without power has dropped to fewer than 35,000.

Restoring power can be especially challenging when power lines can only be accessed by going through someone’s backyard.

We Energies crews have been using special equipment, such as bucket trucks, to get access and restore power.

While power outages are an inconvenience for customers, the safety of the crews is a top priority.

Some residents who lost power have expressed concerns about the safety of downed wires in their neighborhoods.

However, We Energies assures customers that all hands are on deck and they will continue to work until the last customer’s power is restored.

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