UPDATE (3:15 p.m.) – About 150 PG&E customers are still out of power in San Luis Obispo after a power outage hit the area early Saturday morning.
According to the PG&E’s website, the utility company believes the outage was caused by an equipment issue.
PG&E said it is assessing the cause of the outage.
More than 2,100 PG&E customers were hit by a power outage in San Luis Obispo Saturday morning.
According to PG&E’s power outage map, 2,163 customers were affected by the outage. It started at about 11 a.m. Saturday.
PG&E Communications Principal Mark Mesesan said the utility company has restored power to some people affected. Mesesan said now about 1,500 people are without power.
He said PG&E crews are on their way to investigate the cause of the outage and to work on restoring power. Mesesan said they are investigating if it is a possible wire down.
PG&E does not know when power is expected to be restored.
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