Chicago residents angry about downtown blackout

An explosion and fire at a Commonwealth Edison electrical substation in the south Loop Sunday afternoon caused a blackout that left about 12,000 metered customers in the downtown area without electrical power for more than six hours. It was the third time in the past 14 months that a ComEd failure left part of downtown Chicago without electricity.


By ANN DE ROUFFIGNAC
OGJ Online

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