Update: Fallen Tree Disrupts Power In Calaveras County
Update at 12:45 p.m.: PG&E reports the power has been restored to a handful of customers that had been without lights since 9:12 a.m. in the Valley Springs area. The electricity was disrupted for 14 customers after a tree came crashing down onto the power lines along Live Oak and Ospital roads. Both lanes of Ospital Road were closed for more than two hours at the intersection of Live Oak Road. The tree has been removed and traffic is moving freely once again.
Original post at 9:41 a.m.: Valley Springs, CA — The CHP reports the nasty weather has caused a tree to come crashing down bring power lines with it in the Valley Springs area this morning.
PG&E reports 14 customers along Live Oak and Ospital roads have been without power since about 9:15 a.m. The CHP says the tree is on the power lines and both lanes of Ospital Road are closed to traffic at the intersection of Live Oak Road.
A PG&E crew is expected on the scene by 10:30 a.m. The company has estimated the time of repair at 1 p.m.