Cook Nuclear Power Plant reactor goes offline


By Haley Coomes

BRIDGMAN, Mich. -- One of the reactors at the Cook Nuclear Power Plant went offline early Wednesday morning.

It happened around midnight in Bridgman. Indiana Michigan Power said unit 2 is being refueled. Crews will also perform maintenance and test work.

The shutdown is expected to last about 30 days, but I&M said their customers shouldn't notice a difference.

Next year unit 1 will be refueled. 

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