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UPDATE: Power restored to PG&E customers in Morro Bay

(UPDATE: 4:11 p.m.) – Power has been restored to all PG&E customers in Morro Bay, according to PG&E’s power outage map.

Power was restored around 4 p.m. Saturday.

At last check, PG&E did not know why a power line came down at the intersection of Main Street and Morro Avenue in Morro Bay.


(UPDATED: 1:25 p.m.) – PG&E says they could not identify a reason why wire came down at the intersection of Main Street and Morro Avenue in Morro Bay.

As of now, about 250 customers are still without power according to Mark Mesesan, marketing and communications representative for PG&E.

Mesesan says crews hope to get power back up by 2 p.m.


(UPDATED: 9:22 a.m.) – PG&E says 250 customers remained without power shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday.

The outage, which first impacted nearly 5,000 customers, is due to a downed wire at the intersection of Main Street and Morro Avenue, according to PG&E.

Many customers reportedly had power back by 7:30 a.m.

Crews are on scene working to make repairs.

Full restoration is anticipated by 2 p.m.


 

(UPDATED: 8:55 a.m.) – PG&E reports power has been restored to many in the outage. At this time, 355 customers remain without power.


(Original Story: 8:25 a.m.) – Some PG&E customers in Morro Bay started the weekend out without power.

According to PG&E, the outage started at 5:21 a.m. Saturday and was impacting 1,339 customers as of 8:15 a.m.

Restoration is expected by 2 p.m.

PG&E says crews are assessing the cause of the outage.

A power outage was impacting a portion of Morro Bay Saturday morning. (KSBY photo)
A power outage was impacting a portion of Morro Bay Saturday morning. (KSBY photo)
KSBY Staff

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