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Update at 2:05 p.m.: The lights are on for the remaining 110 PG&E customers in the Jamestown area. At the height of the power outage, nearly 3,300 customers were without electricity since around 6:30 a.m. in the Cedar Ridge, Twain Harte and Jamestown areas. For more details on the outages check below.

Update at 1 p.m.: PG&E crews continue to whittle down the number of customers without power in the Jamestown area. There remains 110, which is down from 291. Most of those without electricity are along Jacksonville, Stent Cut Off and Algerine roads to Sullivan Creek. The restoration time is 3 p.m. At the height of the two outages in Tuolumne County there was nearly 3,300 customers without lights this morning. Find further details on the outages below.

Update at Noon: The lights are back on for all but 291 PG&E customers in the Jamestown area that have been without electricity since around 6:30 a.m. Originally 405 customers were in the dark stretching along Jacksonville and Algerine roads between Bell Mooney and Twist roads. The remaining customers are on those same roads but now stretch to just before the intersection of Old Jacksonville Road and Sullivan Creek instead of Twist Road.

An estimated repair time of 11:15 a.m. was initially given and it has been pushed back to around 3 p.m. Earlier details on the outages affecting nearly 3,300 customers in Tuolumne County can be viewed below.

Update at 10:05 a.m.: The lights are back on for 2846 PG&E customers in an outage that spanned from  Cedar Ridge to Twain Harte along Highway 108 up to Estralita Drive in Cedar Ridge. The CHP has reported a blown transformer along Middle Camp Road in Twain Harte, but the utility has not yet released a cause for the outage.

Another 405 customers remain in the dark in the Jamestown area. The impacted area stretches along Jacksonville and Algerine roads between Bell Mooney and Twist roads. An estimated repair time of 11:15 a.m. has been posted.

Update at 9 15 a.m.: PG&E has pushed back the restoration time for a large power outage impacting over 2,800 customers stretching from Cedar Ridge to Twain Harte. The new estimated repair time is 12:15 p.m. today. Further details on this outage an another one affecting over 400 customers in the Jamestown area are below.

Update at 7:10 a.m.: PG&E crews are dealing with two power outages affecting nearly 3,300 customers in Tuolumne County.

The latest outage spans from Cedar Ridge to Twain Harte and impacts 2846 customers. Those without electricity run along Highway 108 up to Estralita Drive in Cedar Ridge. The company has posted a 10:45 restoration time. The CHP is reporting a blown transformer along Middle Camp Road in the Twain Harte area.

Another 405 customers woke up to no lights this morning in the Jamestown area. The impacted area stretches along Jacksonville and Algerine roads between Bell Mooney and Twist roads. An estimated repair time of 11:15 a.m. has been posted.

The utililty reports that crews are investigating the causes for both outages and are not ruling out bad weather.

Original post at 6:40 a.m.: Jamestown, CA — PGE is reporting a power outage for hundreds in the Jamestown area.

The utility details that 405 customers are waking up to no lights this morning. The impacted area stretches along Jacksonville and Algerine roads between Bell Mooney and Twist roads.  A crew is investigating a cause and has not ruled out the wet weather, according to company officials. An estimated repair time of 11:15 a.m. has been posted. The power went out just before 6:30 a.m.

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