READING, Pa. - The power is back on for most Reading residents who were left in the dark Tuesday night.
Police say a transformer exploded at Fifth and Canal streets.
According to Met-Ed's website, more than 1,800 customers were initially affected.
All but a handful now have their electricity back.
The power company says it expects to have service fully restored by 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.
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