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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Officials say a hungry raccoon caused a brief power for more than 3,000 customers in Central Florida.

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Kissimmee Utility Authority spokesman Chris Gent tells the Orlando Sentinel the raccoon climbed inside the utility’s airport substation on Sunday afternoon and downed three primary feeder lines.

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Power was restored about 30 minutes later to the 3,218 affected customers.

Gent says the raccoon didn’t fare as well.

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