Crews Restoring Power in N. Redondo

A power outage affecting more than 1,500 Southern California Edison customers was reported at about 9:45 a.m.

Southern California Edison crews are working to restore power for 239 customers in North Redondo Beach, a spokeswoman told Patch on Tuesday afternoon.

The power outage, which initially affected 1,532 customers, was first reported at 9:46 a.m. Tuesday, said spokeswoman Lois Pitter Bruce. The vast majority of the customers had their power back within four minutes, she said.

The current outage is expected to be over within the next couple of hours, said Bruce. The outage boundaries are Condon Avenue to the north, Rockefeller Lane to the south, Firmona Avenue to the east and Inglewood Avenue to the south.

The outage was caused by equipment failure, Bruce said.

Walt Howells September 15, 2012 at 06:11 PM
Don't confuse this Edison problem with power generation. Edison has a recent history in the southbay of equipment failures. Do the words preventitive maintenance, time cycles, or maximum life cycle mean anything to Edison?
Wolfman October 05, 2012 at 06:47 PM
Edison will not invest in new equipment or technology all they do is just raise your rates


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