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Thousands without power across Central Coast

Thousands of powerless people across the Central Coast


Thousands of Pacific Gas and Electric Company customers, from the Santa Cruz Mountains to South Monterey County, were left in the dark on Monday. >> View Latest Stop Numbers 12:45 pm Current Latest Monterey County Stop Numbers: Rockwood-134 Without Power Latest Stops in Santa Cruz County as of 12:45 pm: Scotts Valley-2,558 No Power .. Loch Lomond-430 No power supply. Bold Leak-1,461 without power. Free-Powerless 459 The cause of the Monday outage is still under investigation by PG & E. Community Resource Centers have been established by PG & E in King City and Rockwood. The best steps to take in the event of a power outage are: Unplug or turn off appliances, equipment, and electronics to avoid surge damage when power is restored. Turn on one lamp. Leave it as it is and warn you when the power comes back. Then power on the appliances one at a time. Normally, as long as the freezer and refrigerator doors are closed, the refrigerator keeps the food cold for about 4 hours, and the full freezer keeps its temperature for about 48 hours. Consider using a cooler with ice to keep your food cold and safe. Be sure to use the generator, camping stove, or charcoal grill only outdoors. Do not use the gas stove for heat. Check with your neighbors.

Thousands of Pacific Gas and Electric Company customers were left in the dark on Monday, from the Santa Cruz Mountains to South Monterey County.

>> >>Check the latest number of outages

The latest number of outages in Monterey County as of 12:45 pm:

  • Rockwood-134 No power supply

The latest number of Santa Cruz County outages as of 12:45 pm:

  • Scotts Valley-2,558 without electricity.
  • Loch Lomond-430 No power supply.
  • Bold Leak-1,461 without power.
  • Freedom-Powerless 459

The cause of the Monday outage is still under investigation by PG & E.

Community Resource Center Founded by PG & E in King City and Rockwood.

The best steps to take while stopped are:

  • Unplug or turn off appliances, equipment, and electronics to avoid damage caused by surges when power is restored.
  • Leave one lamp on to warn you when power is back. Then power on the appliances one at a time.
  • Normally, as long as the freezer and refrigerator doors are closed, the refrigerator keeps the food cold for about 4 hours, and the full freezer keeps its temperature for about 48 hours. Consider using a cooler with ice to keep your food cold and safe.
  • Be sure to use the generator, camping stove or charcoal grill only outdoors. Do not use the gas stove for heat.
  • Check your neighbors.

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