A widespread power outage has been reported in two Michigan counties, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Officials say that a squirrel that climbing into utilities at a substation in the town of Holt caused the outage, which has left over 4,000 people without power.
The outage reportedly began about 1:45 p.m. ET in the Holt area and extends into eastern Eaton County. Power is expected to be restored soon.
Officials say that a squirrel also caused power outages in the Grand Haven-area earlier today.