Michigan ice storm: ComEd sends crews to restore power to 250,000
December 23, 2013 (CRESTWOOD, Ill.) (WLS) -- ComEd crews are heading to Michigan to help crews there restore power after an ice storm.
Thirty workers left Monday afternoon from south suburban Crestwood.
More than 250,000 people are without power because of the weekend ice storm.
Up to two inches of ice is currently coating power lines.
Michigan's largest utilities say it will be days before most of those blacked out get their power back.
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