Massive power outage leaves much of Santa Cruz in the dark

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Massive power outage leaves much of Santa Cruz in the dark

Thousands of PG&E customers were without power in Santa Cruz on Friday morning. According to PG&E’s outage website, 6,403 customers lost power around 9 a.m. PG&E estimates that power will be restored by 12:45 p.m. A map of the outage shows it affecting areas north of Highway 1 and west of downtown Santa Cruz. PG&E reported that they were still investigating the cause of the outage.

Thousands of PG&E customers were without power in Santa Cruz on Friday morning.

According to PG&E’s outage website, 6,403 customers lost power around 9 a.m.

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PG&E estimates that power will be restored by 12:45 p.m.

A map of the outage shows it affecting areas north of Highway 1 and west of downtown Santa Cruz.

PG&E reported that they were still investigating the cause of the outage.

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