HUNTINGTON, Ind. (FDN) — A power outage occurred at 5 p.m. on the campus of Huntington University.
The Merillat Center of Arts building (MCA) was one of the buildings that was affected by the outage. After the building lost power, there was a back-up generator that started automatically.
The Huntington internet router also shut off because of the outage. Some students were not able to work in the building for hours after the outage occurred. Some technology in the building did not go back to their original settings and that made some students go to different buildings to do work on campus.
Emma Fried was in the MCA when the power first went off and told FDN that she was done with the work that she was doing, but she was a little frightened when it all happened.
The power has yet to be restored and the MCA is running on generators.
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