SMUD power PPR leaves hundreds in downtown Sacramento, in the dark, delaying the start of the legislature

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An early power outage SMUD left in the dark hundreds in downtown Sacramento on Thursday and delayed the start of the state legislature. The shutdown was due to a faulty transformer in the network storage in the city center, according to SMUD. About 650 people were affected by the shutdown. The shutdown rose to more than 750 people, as of 8:50 p.m. Power is expected to be restored from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., utilities said. The buildings affected by the shutdown include the area east and north of the Capitol and south of F-Street between 13th and 23rd streets, SMUD said. “SMUD is actively working with customers affected by the outage, and commercial customers are contacted and agreed on a case-by-case basis to provide additional support as needed,” the utility said in a statement. See the SMUD shutdown map here. The Sacramento Police Department said several downtown traffic lights were out of order, urging drivers to be careful. The state legislature was scheduled to meet at 9 p.m. The shutdown postponed the start of the state assembly until 9:30 a.m. The state senate planned to meet in the committee’s legislature in another building .– The Associated Press contributed to this story.

Early in the morning SMUD power outages left hundreds in the Sacramento downtown area in the dark on Thursday.

The shutdown was caused by a faulty transformer in the center of the storage network, SMUD said.

About 650 people were injured in the fire. As of 8:50 the outage had exceeded 750 people

The power supply is expected to be restored from 9 to 11 am, the utilities said.

The buildings affected by the shutdown include the area east and north of the Capitol and south of F-Street between 13th and 23rd streets, SMUD reports.

“SMUD is actively working with customers affected by the shutdown, and commercial customers are contacted and arrangements are made in each case to provide additional support as needed,” the utility said in a statement.

See the SMUD shutdown map here.

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