LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Crews Sunday continued to work to restore service to thousands of residents left without electricity as a result of Friday’s massive storm.
As of 7 a.m., the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power says approximately 20,000 electric customers are without power.
That number was down from the over 85,623 customers who were impacted during the peak of Friday’s storm.
The LADWP says that, “due to the severity of damage and time to make repairs, some customers have experienced outages over 24 hours.”
The remaining affected customers will have power restored by Sunday, according to estimates provided by the LADWP.
The agency said the following neighborhoods were experiencing the highest number of outages currently: Koreatown, Harvard Heights, Boyle Heights, Mid-City, Hollywood Hills West, Silver Lake, Reseda, East Hollywood, Studio City, Palms, West Hills, and Sherman Oaks.