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Update at 5:18pm: The lights are back on for all of the utility’s customers that lost power early Monday afternoon.

Just ahead of its anticipated 5 p.m. restoration time, PG&E powered up system infrastructure that was impacting just over 2,200 customers in the Copper Cove and Copper Cove Village areas.

At the height of what was identified as two outages in Copperopolis-Jamestown, and a larger single outage that spanned from Jamestown towards Yosemite and along the Highway 120 corridor from Groveland past Big Meadows, nearly 6,000 customers were without electricity.

Update at 4:16pm: Nearly 2,900 customers in a large outage area between Jamestown and Buck Meadows have their power back.

Earlier this afternoon, there were over 3,000 customers impacted in the outage, which encompassed Cuesta Serena and Algerine areas of Jamestown through the Highway 120 corridor between Groveland and Buck Meadows.

In a separate outage, just over 2,200 customers in the Copper Cove and Copper Cove Village areas are still without lights. PG&E still estimates a restoration time of 5 p.m.

Update at 3:42pm: Here’s the latest on current power outages impacting Mother Lode customers of the utility.

PG&E is noting some progress in a large outage area encompassing the Cuesta Serena and Algerine areas of Jamestown through the Highway 120 corridor between Groveland and Buck Meadows. There were 3,053 customers without power and now there are reportedly 2,884, for whom the utility is still estimating a 5 p.m. restoration time.

Currently, 2,202 customers in the Copper Cove and Copper Cove Village area are also still awaiting power restoration. PG&E still indicates that should happen around or by 5 p.m.

Update at 2:44pm: Power is back on for 668 customers in the Lake Tulloch and Black Jack Bluffs areas. However, 2,202 in the Copper Cove and Copper Cove Village area are still in the dark with an estimated restoration time of 5 p.m.

As for the 3,053 customers affected in and area that spans from the Cuesta Serena and Algerine areas of Jamestown through the Highway 120 corridor between Groveland and Buck Meadows, the utility is still estimating a 5 p.m. restoration time.

Original Post at 2:34pm: Sonora, CA — PG&E is reporting sizable outages affecting thousands of Mother Lode customers.

In the largest outage, 3,053 people are affected in and area that spans from the Cuesta Serena and Algerine areas of Jamestown through the Highway 120 corridor between Groveland and Buck Meadows. Although the cause is still being assessed. PG&E estimates a 5 p.m. restoration time.

Two more outages in the Tulloch, Black Jack Bluffs, and Copper Cove areas of Jamestown and Copperopolis are affecting a combined total of 2,870 customers. Although the cause is not known, the utility predicts a 3 p.m. restoration time.

 

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