PG&E working to restore power to about 20,000 customers in Humboldt and Mendocino Counties

HUMBOLDT COUNTY, Calif. (KIEM) – About 20,000 customers in parts of Humboldt and Mendocino Counties are without power Wednesday that’s according to PG&E. Most of the outages have been reported in Willow Creek, Hoopa, Alderpoint, and in Garberville down in southern Humboldt.

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Temporary generation has been set up at substations in Hoopa and Willow Creek to keep the power on for customers where it’s safe to do so. PG&E crews are working to restore power, but no word on when exactly people can expect that to happen.

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“We’re still working on some access issues. There is a lot of snow accumulation in areas such as Willow Creek, Hoopa, and outside of Hoopa. Alderpoint is where we’re seeing a lot of areas with access issues, and of course there are other areas where the roads are closing. Highway 101 being closed, Panther Gap being closed, being able to access some of the pockets of customers that are impacted in those areas,” according to PG&E spokesperson Deanna Contreras.

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Up in Del Norte County, no major power outages have been reported by Pacific Power, the utility company that provides electricity to the County. 

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