UPDATE: 1:56 p.m. - City officials say that power was fully restored to affected power customers before 1 p.m. on Monday.
#Power has been fully restored in the City of #Lompoc.— City of Lompoc (@CityofLompoc) April 18, 2022
UPDATE: 9:01 a.m. - As of 8:45 a.m., power had been restored to about 95% of the impacted customers.
As of 8:45 a.m. power has been restored to about 95% of customers. https://t.co/ty3VDIMMLR— City of Lompoc (@CityofLompoc) April 18, 2022
ORIGINAL STORY: About 4,000 power customers in Lompoc were in the dark this morning after a PG&E power line fell on a city power line, officials say.
The outage was first reported at 5:52 a.m. in the central section of the city.
The Lompoc Electric Division is working to restore power as quickly as possible.
Officials have not shared what caused the first power line to fall.
A #power outage this morning is affecting 4,000 customers in the central section of the city. #Lompoc #Electric crews are working to restore #power as quickly as possible. pic.twitter.com/voRuY2eTVN— City of Lompoc (@CityofLompoc) April 18, 2022