IGN: Power outage in Indiana’s Pike County could take another 10-20 minutes to fix

If you’re in the middle of a power outage in Pike County, Indiana, there’s a good chance you’ve seen a power pole and some sort of power line cut.

It’s an unfortunate occurrence, but it happens all the time, according to the company that owns and operates the power lines, DTE Power.

That’s why the company says it’s now installing a new system that it says will eliminate power outages in the area.

This new system was first introduced last month to help reduce power outage incidents in the Pike County area, according DTE.

The new system includes a network of 6,000 poles and more than 2,000 substations to better isolate and isolate power lines that might have been cut in an incident.

The goal of the new system is to help prevent power out-ages from happening in the future.