Update: Storm Related Power Outages Throughout Region
Update at 4:45 p.m.: PG&E crews are making progress on several outages in Calaveras County. The lights are back on for 111 customers west of Valley Springs near the Camanche South Shore Recreation Area.
Additionally, the number has dropped from 21 to 10 customers without power in Angels Camp along Dogtown Road near Lakeside Drive. Crews are working to fix a transformer problem. The estimated repair time is 7:45 p.m.
Update at 2:40 p.m.: The lights are out for 136 PG&E customers between Big Meadow and Bear Valley. The areas impacted are off Highway 4 along Skyline Drive, Ponderosa Way, Alpine Vista and Mountain View Road. A crew is assessing the situation and a 6 p.m. repair time is estimated.
There are 21 customers without power in Angels Camp along Dogtown Road near Lakeside Drive. Crews are working to repair a transformer problem. The estimated repair time is 7 p.m.
The restoration time has been pushed back from 1:15 to 4:52 p.m. for 111 customers west of Valley Springs near the Camanche South Shore Recreation Area.
Update at 11:50am: PG&E reports that power has been restored to the 907 customers in the Bear Valley area that were earlier without electricity. However, 111 customers are still without power west of Valley Springs near the Camanche South Shore Recreation Area. Full restoration there is anticipated by 1:15pm.
Original story at posted at 10:40am: There are power outages impacting customers in the areas like Valley Springs and Bear Valley.
An outage is impacting 321 PG&E customers west of Valley Springs. What caused the outage is under investigation, and PG&E hopes to have everyone restored by 1:15pm. It is specifically impacting Camanche Parkway South, Lake Camanche Ranches and South Camanche Shore.
In addition, there is an outage impacting 907 customers up Highway 4 in the Bear Valley area. It includes parts of Big Meadow and around Lake Alpine. It was caused by a problem with a transformer. Full restoration is expected by 3:20pm.