PG&E Reporting Close to 16K Outages Around The Bay

UPDATE: 9:20 A.M. Friday — PG&E reported late Thursday night about 15,170 residents in the Bay Area were still without power do to a inclement weather pushing through
the area.

630 of the outages were in San Francisco, 9,000 were in the Peninsula, 1,330 were in the South Bay, 1,990 were in the East Bay, and 2,220 were in the North Bay, according to PG&E officials.

PG&E officials said 151,000 customers were impacted in the Bay Area and 357,000 were impacted system-wide due to storm-related outages.

PG&E has restored service to more than 300,000 customers since the storm began Thursday morning.



UPDATE: 5:57 P.M. Thursday — PG&E officials have restored service to hundreds of customers on the Peninsula, and South, East, and North Bays, but there have been new outages reported in San Francisco,

Current Bay Area Outages:
San Francisco: 8,200
Peninsula: 2,200
South Bay: 2,300
East Bay: 1,300
North Bay: 1,700
Total: 15,700



UPDATE: 4:54 P.M. Thursday — PG&E officials say that since the storm began, they have been to restore service to more than 166,000 customers. Contract crews are coming from Washington state, Oregon, and Southern California to assist PG&E in restoring service to customers.

The County of Sonoma and the local Red Cross opened shelters at the Guerneville Veterans Building, Santa Rosa Veterans Building, and the Petaluma Veterans Building in anticipation of the upcoming storm.

Current Bay Area Outages:
San Francisco: 7,400
Peninsula: 3,300
South Bay: 2,700
East Bay: 1,000
North Bay: 2,500
Total: 16,900



UPDATE: 10:30 A.M. Thursday PG&E reports that Larkin substation outage affecting 80k #SF customers. Restoration expected later this morn.



UPDATE Thursday via @mariosevilla: @PGE4Me is reporting a substation outage near Civic Center affecting service to 50k+ customers in SF. Working to restore power.



SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — More than 100,000 PG&E customers are without power in the Bay Area this morning because of a large storm blowing through the region, utility officials said. At least 37,000 customers have lost power at some point since the storm hit the region overnight and around 21,200 remained without power as of 6:45 a.m., PG&E spokesman Nick Stimmel said. Of the customers still without power, about 9,000 are in the East Bay, 5,700 are on the Peninsula, 2,900 are in the North Bay, 2,800 are in the South Bay and about 80,000 are in San Francisco. PG&E crews are working as quickly and safely as possible to restore power to the affected customers, he said. (Copyright 2014, Bay City News, All rights reserved.)

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