Milton-Freewater City officials say that weather played a factor in the city losing power. Around 3,000 people woke up in the dark after crews say a glass piece broke in the substation resulting in a city wide power outage. The Milton-Freewater School District ran classes as normal stating that they would rather have the students in school without power then for them to be at home by themselves in the cold and dark.
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