South Bay News
Fallen tree knocks out service to 1,600 PG&E customers
LOS ALTOS, Calif. -- Hundreds of PG&E customers in Los Altos are without power Saturday afternoon because of a tree that fell on a power line this morning, a utility spokeswoman said.
Some 1,600 customers lost service at 11:11 a.m. when the tree hit the power line, spokeswoman Jana Morris said.
As of noon, there was no estimate on when service would be restored to those customers.
Morris said PG&E workers were on the scene assessing the damage caused by the fallen tree.
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