While You Were Sleeping - Crews Restore Power, Police Investigate Shots Fired, Man Hurt In Dispute

By: Phil White Email
By: Phil White Email

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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Before you head out the door, we like to catch you up with what happened while you were sleeping.

While it happened before most people went to bed, a large power outage in south Wichita left about 2,700 residents in the dark Wednesday night.

The outage was centered near Pawnee and Southeast Boulevard and began about 9:30 p.m. Power to most homes and businesses in the area had been restored by midnight. By 3 a.m. Wednesday, Westar Energy did not report any outages in Sedgwick County. Westar still has not determined what caused the outage.

Wichita Police checked the report of someone shooting a gun into the air about 11:30 p.m. near Haskell and Meridian in southwest Wichita. Officers found shell casings in the area, but no suspect. Nobody was hurt.

A man was hurt in what police believe was a domestic disturbance in northwest Wichita early Thursday morning. Police were sent to the 1600 block of North Pleasantview Drive just after 5 a.m., where a man had been cut with something. He had minor injuries and declined treatment.

If you notice emergency traffic in your neighborhood while you're trying to sleep, you can ask us about it on our Good Morning Kansas Facebook page and we'll look for an answer.

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