Power restored at Cape Coral Town Hall after a morning outage



UPDATE: Power restored at Cape Coral City Hall following a blackout and blackout during a storm Tuesday morning.

The announcement was made via the City of Cape Coral’s Twitter account and highlights that the Cape Coral Police Department and Cape Coral Fire Department’s phones and phones are still operational.

CCPD is at the scene of the downed power line from Nott Street to the 1000 block of Pine Island Road, where all lanes were completely cut off. The CPD urges people to avoid the area and seek an alternative route.

The Lee County Electric Cooperative released a Facebook post saying it is aware of power outages in its business area due to inclement weather.

“Crews are working safely and quickly to get power back on to our customers,” the LCEC wrote. “If you are experiencing an outage, report it via SmartHub or call (239) 656-2300 or if you are a SmartHub user text OUT to (844) 948-2817.”

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