Arlington Heights Power Outage: Smoke Investigation at Village Bank and Trust with Outages Downtown and in Nearby Neighborhoods

Arlington Heights police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 5:00 AM Wednesday to multiple activated alarms in the area of 311 South Arlington Heights Road Arlington Heights, IL. Police and firefighter/paramedics were out this morning checking a few apartment buildings in the area of the 100 block of North Pine Avenue and the 100 bock of North Arlington Heights Road.

Firefighters reported a partial power outage at an apartment in the 100 block of North Pine Avenue with lights flickering in the building.

Some light smoke was discovered by firefighters coming from the electric room at Village Bank and Trust. Firefighters called Com Ed to the scene, and were standing by for electric shutoff before entering the electric room, but later discovered a burnt out motor.

Firefighters were also out checking the safety of a building at 225 East Wing Street, a building at 110 South Evergreen Avenue, and a building at 618 West Eastman Street.

As of 5:15 a.m. no outage was reported on the Com Ed outage map. About 5:30 a.m. the Com Ed map was updated with multiple power outages in Arlington Heights.

Near Sigwalt St and Fernandez Ave
Customers Affected: 211
Crew Status: Crew Working
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Mar 19, 7:00 AM

Near Sigwalt St and Mitchell Ave
Customers Affected: 531
Crew Status: Scheduling Crew
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Mar 19, 6:45 AM

Eastman St and Vail Ave
Customers Affected: 303
Crew Status: Scheduling Crew
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Mar 19, 7:00 AM

Dunton Ave and Miner St
Customers Affected: Less than 5
Crew Status: Scheduling Crew
Probable Cause: Under Investigation
Estimated Restoration: Mar 19, 8:15 AM

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