A runaway truck wreaked havoc Friday in the residential area of northern Glendale-La Crescenta.
More than 2,000 customers in L.A. and nearly 2,000 more in eastern L.A. County are still without power after strong winds swept across Southern California Tuesday, downing trees and power lines.
Thousands of residents were without power Tuesday night as gusty winds raked the Southland.
Redondo Beach residents are still concerned that stray voltage from a local substation has made them ill, even though crews have seemingly started to work on the problem.
About 150 households in Moreno Valley remained without electricity Wedneday after several power lines were knocked down.
Residents of Redondo Beach raised concerns during a meeting with Southern California Edison, claiming that a substation in their neighborhood is producing stray voltage and making people ill.
Talk about bad timing!
Service has been restored to most Southern California homes and businesses that lost power for more than a day after wet and windy storms swept through the state.
City officials warned residents Sunday against running high-voltage electricity to their homes for relief from recent power outages in Pasadena.
Nearly 200,000 customers are without electricity as violent winds continue to whip the Southland.
A tree fell onto a residential street Saturday in Sunland, knocking down power lines and leaving 2,400 customers in the dark, but no one was injured, city fire and utility officials said.
High winds swept through Southern California on Monday, knocking down trees and power lines that led to thousands of outages and kicking up dust storms that forced street closures.
It wasn’t a bird, a plane or even Superman.
Power was restored Tuesday to an estimated 500 homes and businesses that lost electricity overnight in Van Nuys, according to the Department of Water and Power.