Tuesday, 27 September 2022

Thousands of Northshore residents out of power Wednesday

NORTHSHORE – A power outage Wednesday afternoon left homes and businesses along the Northshore dark for more than four hours.


The blackout began shortly before 4 p.m., said JD Guidi, a spokesman for Pacific Gas and Electric Co.


Approximately 5,030 customers along Clear Lake's eastern side were affected, Guidi explained.


Power was fully restored to all customers by 8:14 p.m., he added.


Guidi said the outage was caused by equipment failure.


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