Update: Power Outages In Tuolumne
Update at 6 p.m.: Most of the power has been restored to the 52 customers in both Twain Harte and Tuolumne that went without electricity all day.
The 37 PG&E customers in Twain Harte that had been without lights since around 10 a.m. had them turned back on in the five o’clock hour. The company did not post a cause.
The remaining 15 customers in Tuolumne are not expected to have their power restored until just before midnight tonight.
Update at 4:30 p.m.: PG&E updates that the Twain Harte outage repair time has been pushed to 5 p.m. while the Tuolumne is now set for a restoration time of just before midnight. Further details on the outages impacting 52 customers is below.
Update at 2:10 p.m.: PG&E has updated that in the Tuolumne outage impacting 15 customers a broken power pole is to blame. The company relays that a crew is heading to the scene to make the necessary repairs. The restoration time has been pushed from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Further details on the two outages are below.
Original post at 1 p.m.: Tuolumne, CA — PG&E reports 52 customers in Twain Harte and Tuolumne are without power since this morning.
In Twain Harte, The company reports that 37 are in the dark along Highway 108, Twain Harte Drive and Tuolumne Road North. On its website, in regards to a cause the utility states, “To protect public safety, power in your area has been turned off due to extreme weather conditions with high fire danger. Power will be restored as soon as it is safe to do so.” It also acknowledges that a crew is on site and a 4 p.m. repair time has been given.
In Tuolumne, the areas impacted stretches from Silver Spur to Lodge Road to nearly Yosemite Road. A total of 15 customers have no electricity. The company cites that crews are assessing the cause at the location and have posted a 2 p.m. restoration time.