Update: Electricity Restored To Majority Of PG&E Customers In Calaveras County
Update at 2:45 p.m.: Only five customers remain without electricity after a power outage this morning stretching from West Point to Rail Road Flat left nearly 2,700 PG&E customers in the dark. The utility is attributing the outage to a broken power pole along Highway 26 near Bucksaw Lane in the West Point area. A 4:30 p.m. restoration time has been posted for the handful of customers without lights as crew work to repair the damage.
Update at 2 p.m.: PG&E has restored power to all but 125 customers out of the nearly 2,7oo customers that lost their electricity this morning around 11:30 a.m. The areas still affected are in West Point along Highway 26, Main Street and Winton Road. The company has not disclosed a cause for the outage, but hopes to have the power restored to the remaining customers within the 2 o’clock hour.
Original post at 1 p.m.: West Point, CA — PG&E is reporting a power outage covering the areas of West Point, Wilseyville, Glencoe and Rail Road Flat.
The utility reports the outage is impacting nearly 2,700 custumers. A repair crew is at the scene investigating a cause. The estimated restoration times is in the 2 o’clock hour. The lights went out around 11:30 a.m.