Thousands Remain Without Power Days After Chicago-Area Storm

ComEd crews are working on restoring power, citing downed utility poles and other debris as the reason for the three-day outage

Severe Weather Chicago
Part of a tree that had split at the trunk lies on a road in Oak Park, Ill., while also appearing not to have landed on a car parked on the road, after a severe storm moved through the Chicago area Monday, Aug. 10, 2020. Dave Zelio / AP Photo
Severe Weather Chicago
Part of a tree that had split at the trunk lies on a road in Oak Park, Ill., while also appearing not to have landed on a car parked on the road, after a severe storm moved through the Chicago area Monday, Aug. 10, 2020. Dave Zelio / AP Photo

Thousands Remain Without Power Days After Chicago-Area Storm

ComEd crews are working on restoring power, citing downed utility poles and other debris as the reason for the three-day outage

Thousands of Chicago residents are still without power after Monday’s storms. What is causing the delay and how are residents coping? Ald. Matt Martin (47th) joins Reset for an update on when North Side residents can expect power to return.

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