FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — Fort Bragg Army base in North Carolina is suffering a widespread power outage.
News outlets report the base first mentioned the blackout late Wednesday and said no one knew when the power would return. A statement released early Thursday said the base is still open though many facilities are closed.
The outage also affected restaurants and commissaries on the base, which hosts about 52,000 soldiers.
The on-base Womack Army Medical Center says it's operating under reduced capacity and certain appointments at all on-base clinics will need to be rescheduled.
The base says visitors should call 911 to report suspicious activity and service members should contact their chain of command to learn when to report for duty.