High winds knocked a tree into a high voltage power line in southeast South Dakota and caused an outage.
East River Electric Power Cooperative says it happened Friday afternoon west of Alcester and knocked out power to about 2,600 rural electric members near Tea, Canton, Davis and Alcester.
The lights came on for everyone within about 90 minutes.
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