UPDATE (3:00 p.m.) – San Luis Obispo County officials say Linne Road has reopened.
UPDATE (9:00 a.m.) – County officials say Linne Road is closed from the Paso Robles city limits to Penman Springs Road as crews are on scene working to repair the downed power pole.
UPDATE (8:00 a.m.) – PG&E confirms that all three power outages were due to a vehicle hitting a power pole late Tuesday night. Crews are working to restore power to the remaining 1,300 customers impacted.
UPDATE (7:45 a.m.) – PG&E says crews are investigating whether three power outages in the Power Robles started as the result of a late night crash.
A PG&E spokesperson says at least one outage began after a vehicle hit a power pole around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday. The second outage was reported at 1:20 a.m. and the third at 3:20 a.m.
In all, 1,300 PG&E customers remain without power.
UPDATE (7:24 a.m.) – As of 7:11 a.m., power outages were still affecting the Paso Robles area.
As of 7:11 a.m., three different outages were impacting more than 1,000 PG&E customers.
PG&E crews are assessing the causes of the outages. No word on when power will be fully restored.
ORIGINAL STORY: More than 2,200 PG&E customers are without power in the Paso Robles area.
According to PG&E’s outage map, 2,272 customers are impacted by the outage. It started around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday.
PG&E crews are on scene making repairs. The utility says the cause of the outage is unknown at the time.
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