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Power restored to Richardson County NPPD customers

(KLZA)-- Nearly 300 Richardson County customers of the Nebraska Public Power District lost service for around three hours Thursday morning. 

NPPD spokesman Mark Becker tells MSC News that a squirrel
got into an Omaha Public Power District substation near Verdon causing the outage.  NPPD and OPPD share some power coming from that substation.

Crews were able to make repairs and get the power back on to customers about 1:00 p.m.  

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