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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Silver Lake power outage

The power is out this morning in Silver Lake near Occidental and Sunset boulevards.  Resident Will Campbell said electrical service went out at about 2:30 a.m and was told by the DWP that power would remain out until 12:30 p.m.  The traffic signals at Sunset Boulevard and Benton Way were also out of service t his morning but it’s not clear if the power outage was responsible.

* Update: A Department of Water & Power spokeswoman said 175 customers are without power in Silver Lake and Echo Park.  No details on what caused the outage.



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7 comments

  1. I think a transformer blew somewhere nearby. I saw two big flashes of light right as the power went out around 2:30am.

  2. It’s back on! Woot woot! Anyone know for sure what happened?

  3. Over at Parkman and Silver Lake (SW), we got power back at 10:10 am.

  4. Yeah. I saw the flashes of light and heard a boom at 2:30 am as well. What a trip. My window faces over toward Parkman/Silver Lake Blvd. direction. We had a few power surges at my house but the power stayed on.

  5. Yup, I too saw the light at 230. Kinda thought it was the end of the world for a second.

  6. Looks like the power came back on a few minutes after I biked away from the house. Oh well, the outage lost me a few hours sleep but provided a great excuse to pack up the laptop and go work satellite-style… in this case in the sawdust at Philippe’s.

  7. I assume this was the same outage that knocked out a couple lights between Sunset and Bellevue on Silver Lake?

    It was a dangerous situation when I was driving there this morning with the lights out. Most people were stopping at the lights if they were stop signs, but I witnessed a couple of cars simply drive right through, perhaps unaware of the situation. One almost broadsided a car right in front of me. I’d like to think they’d have sent traffic officers to the scene.

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