.Power Outage Hits 63,000, Quickly Restored, PG&E Says

Approximately 63,000 people in Santa Cruz County lost power for about 30 minutes Tuesday afternoon due to a “transmission-level outage,” which refers to the system of high-tension wires that transmit power across the state, PG&E spokeswoman Karly Hernandez said.

It was not immediately clear where the outage occurred.

The outage affected Aptos, Ben Lomond, Capitola, Corralitos, Davenport, Felton, Freedom, La Selva Beach, Santa Cruz, Scotts Valley, Soquel and Watsonville, PG&E said.Hernandez said that the outage began at 5:09pm, and that PG&E crews restored power to all customers by 5:30pm.

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  1. I am looking for a decent reporter, who is a patriot and cares about every single person that got mistreated intentionally, knowledgeably and willfully by growing up corruption and who cares that community has Law Enforcement that serves “we the people” and not the government against “we the people”.

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