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Power outage affects 3,500 customers in city of Quincy

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According to the Ameren Illinois online outage map, power has been restored to all customers in the city of Quincy as of Monday morning.

A Sunday night power outage affected nearly 3,500 customers in the city of Quincy.

According to the Ameren Illinois online outage map, nearly 3,500 customers were without service in the city. Quincy fire and police crews say that a transformer blew after large tree limbs fell on power lines near Country Club Heights.

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