UPDATE: Some Quad City neighborhoods still suffer power outages

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Update: Power has been restored to the majority of homes affected in Davenport and Bettendorf earlier today.

However, some residents in Davenport and Rock Island County are still facing power loss, according to this map. The map is updated every ten minutes.

According to Mid-American Energy, the earlier power outage was a result of equipment failure. It is unknown at this time if the failure was a result of the heat. No one has reported heat-related health problems due to the power outage at this time.

Earlier: Several neighborhoods lost power as an excessive heat warning remains in effect for Scott County.

According to Mid-American Energy, 1,405 residents were without power. The outages began at 11:51 a.m. on Monday and have continued to grow since then. Several teams were on site, and additional teams were sent to their aid.

The area without power extended across the Davenport boarder into Bettendorf. The affected areas extends from the 2800 block of Fairhaven Road in the north, the 2900 block of E. Locust in the east, Greenwood Avenue in the south, and the 2100 block of E. Locust Street in the west.

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