Cleveland power outage: What you need to know

CLEVELAND (AP) A power outage on Interstate 70 left more than 300 people without power and caused major delays Thursday in the region.

The outage was caused by a transformer fire in Cleveland, where the U.S. Bureau of Transportation said a generator on the westbound Interstate 70 was accidentally turned off.

The Ohio Power Authority said the fire occurred about 6:15 p.m. and that the fire had been contained.

There were no injuries.

A total of 479 customers in the Cleveland metropolitan area were without power.

About 100 were without gas and electric service.