About 5,700 people and businesses were without power Wednesday morning in Murfreesboro.
Suddenly around 6:07AM Monday morning the lights went out in parts of the 'Boro. Murfreesboro Electric crews scrambled to the Riverview area to determine what caused the loss of electricity.
Quick work Friday morning restored electricity to approximately 50 customers.
Murfreesboro Electric customers along Broad and South Church Streets--including industrial areas off Middle Tennessee Boulevard and Park Avenue were without power for almost an hour Monday afternoon.
A squirrel was to blame for a power outage in Rutherford County.
Faulty equipment within a sectionalizing cabinet near the radio station caused a power outage and took your "Good Neighbor Station" off the air. It happened around 7:45 Thursday morning.
A 2:30 Wednesday, 10/21/15, Murfreesboro Electric interrupted power on the east side of the city.
Lightning struck a breaker Friday morning at the corner of Clark Blvd. and Highland Ave., which knocked out power to about 12-hundred Murfreesboro Electric customers.
A large scale power outage was reported in parts of Murfreesboro and Smyrna. Middle Tennessee Electric...
Over 17-thousand Smyrna homes and businesses were without power on Monday for a short time. The Middle Tennessee Electric outage map showed this just after 9am.
There were several brief power outages within a half-hour period Sunday afternoon. The Murfreesboro Fire Department received calls of a transformer exploding on Thompson Lane near the Rivermont Apartments.
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