UPDATE – Friday night power outages in the Peace

first_imgUPDATEAs of 12:00 a.m., Saturday, Hydro now says the small outages in the Grandhaven and Clairmont areas have now become one large outage affecting over 500 customers.  The outage goes from South of the 246 road, East of the 275 road and West of the 145 road.The outage has been caused by the thunderstorm that moved through the area at around 10p.m.- Advertisement -The power is expected to be back on by 12:30a.m.The outage in the Dawson Creek area, has been restored. At the moment we don’t have any information about the fire, but if you are in the region and know what caused the outage, email [email protected] and let us know.For more information about outages in the area, visit www.bchydro.com/outages Previous story… Advertisementcenter_img The thunderstorm that moved through the North Peace Friday night caused several small power outages in the region.The outages all started shortly after 10p.m. with one in the Clairmont Subdivision and other outages in the Grandhaven area. Early estimates from Hydro say the power could be back on in-between 2a.m. and 3a.m.The largest outage in the region is closer to Dawson Creek and according to B.C. Hydro has been caused by a fire. The outage has knocked out power to customers between Arras and Farmington.Over 120 customers lost power shortly after 10p.m., with an estimated restoration time of 2:30a.m.Advertisementlast_img

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