6 A.M. UPDATE: According to the Duke Energy map, power has been restored.
More than 5,000 Duke Energy customers in New Albany, Indiana lost power early Tuesday morning. Power was restored around 6 a.m.
The outage was reported around 2:25 a.m. in downtown New Albany, including part of Main Street east of I-64. Portions of Grant Line Road, Vincennes Street and Charlestown Road were also affected.
According to an email sent to Duke Energy customers, the outage was caused by a small animal, like a squirrel, damaging equipment.
Duke Energy serves more than 26,000 customers in the New Albany area.
You can check the current outage map on Duke Energy's website.
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