|Updated: 9/18 8:34 am
||Published: 9/18 5:47 am
More than 3,500 customers lost power in the Tulsa area Wednesday morning.
A Public Service of Oklahoma spokesperson says that around 3:40 A.M. a problem at a substation in the northwest part of town caused a transformer there to fail. They are still investigating the cause of the problem.
At the height of the outage, 3,500 customers were without power. FOX23 checked PSO's website just after 6:00am, and it was no longer showing any customers without power.