CHATSWORTH (CBSLA.com) — LAWDP says that 1,100 customers are without power Sunday evening in Chatworth.
Weather was blamed for the various outages.READ MORE: WeHo Residents Preparing For New 'Supreme' Location
CBS2’s Laurie Perez said several trees were also down in the area.
Meanwhile, in Long Beach — where another outage affected about 1,100 customers — at 7:55 p.m., SCE said about 235 customers were still without power at 11 p.m.
In Calabasas, high winds knocked down a tree. The downed tree, in turn, caused a high-pressure gas line to leak in the 26000 block of Mullholland Highway.READ MORE: Stanford Completes Season Sweep Of No. 15 USC, 64-61
The tree fell on the line about 8:30 p.m.
Officials with Southern California Gas Co. said the leak was plugged and that workers would be at the site at daylight to monitor the plug and repair the meter.
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