Power could be shut off for Lowell customers as water levels continue to rise
Updated: Sunday, April 21 2013, 11:00 AM EDT
LOWELL, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) – People in Lowell could be without power for several days as water levels continue to rise.
The City of Lowell says they anticipate power to be shut down for all Lowell Light and Power customers east of the Flat River sometime Sunday morning. Power will remain off for those customers until water levels recede, which could be a number of days.
Lowell has also closed down M-21 (Main Street) east of the Flat River as well as Jackson Street and the bridge over the Grand River.
The City of Lowell says they are bracing for another 1.5 feet of flooding along the Grand River.