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Power restored after widespread outage in Clinton

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Crews working to repair widespread power outage in Clinton (FOX Carolina/ 1/18/18) Crews working to repair widespread power outage in Clinton (FOX Carolina/ 1/18/18)
Crews working to repair widespread power outage in Clinton (FOX Carolina/ 1/18/18) Crews working to repair widespread power outage in Clinton (FOX Carolina/ 1/18/18)
Crews working to repair widespread power outage in Clinton (FOX Carolina/ 1/18/18) Crews working to repair widespread power outage in Clinton (FOX Carolina/ 1/18/18)
Crews working to repair widespread power outage in Clinton (FOX Carolina/ 1/18/18) Crews working to repair widespread power outage in Clinton (FOX Carolina/ 1/18/18)
CLINTON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Clinton Police said the city experienced a widespread power outage on Thursday.

According to Clinton Police Chief Robin Morse, the power went out around 7:30 a.m.

Chief Morse said a transformer had to be replaced at the substation. 

The police station at 404 North Broad Street was being used as a warming station, Chief Morse said. 

Public Safety officials announced around 9:30 p.m. that power had been restored in the city.

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