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On Twitter, people from all over the southland are reporting power issues. Some in San Diego reported a loss of power and cell phone issues.
San Diego utility officials said they are trying to figure out what caused a massive power outage affecting large parts of region. "We understand power is out, we are working on the cause and solution. We do not have a restoration time yet," San Diego Gas and Electric said in a statement on its Twitter feed. Across San Diego, businesses are closed, traffic is snarled and the trolley system is down. San Diego International Airport was on backup generators. There were reports that power was also out in southern Orange County, Imperial County, Tijuana, Arizona and Palm Springs. The city of San Diego has set up its emergency operations center. Sheriff's officials told Fox 5 San Diego that many of its substations were without power. Utility officials are trying to figure out what cause the outrage.
PHOENIX - There are reports of a widespread power outage across parts of the southwest United States. Arizona Public Service is saying approximately 56,000 customers in Yuma are without power. Spokesman Damon Gross said the outage in Yuma and surrounding communities started around 3:40 p.m. According to a tweet sent out around 4:10 p.m. parts of Southern California are also impacted. San Diego TV stations are reporting outages throughout that area also. 10News.com is reporting San Diego Gas and Electric crews are trying to determine the cause of an outage that has affected various cities around the county, "from the South Bay to downtown, to cities in the North County and into areas as far east as El Centro." APS says the cause of the outage is unknown and restoration efforts are under way. Stay with ABC15.com for updates. Read more: www.abc15.com...
Originally posted by Wolvo
Something to do with this 'threat' ?