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55,000 Southern California Edison customers lose power as high winds increase wildfire risk

More than 78,000 Southern California Edison customers lose power as high winds increase wildfire risk @elogann ⁩ (reading this by the glow of firelight)

More than 250,000 Southern California Edison customers across the Southland could see their power shut off Monday or Tuesday in an attempt to prevent powerful Santa Ana winds from sparking wildfires.

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Authorities in Riverside County are warning residents about a new COVID-19 scam that is targeting Southern California Edison customers.

A current view overlooking the Tehachapi area this morning, courtesy of Southern California Edison Alertwildfire webcam. Low clouds and fog will continue will persist in the region through the morning. #cawx 

Customers can check to see if they are facing a potential Public Safety Power Shutoff by visiting the Southern California Edison's website at .

More than 170K Southern California Edison customers could see power shutoffs through Christmas Eve due to strong Santa Ana winds which have created ripe wildfire conditions across the Southland.

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Southern California Edison is reporting 2,911 customers in Kern County are without power due to Public Safety Power Shutoff and another 4,012 customers are under consideration for PSPS.

More than 170,000 Southern California Edison customers could see power shutoffs through Christmas Eve due to strong Santa Ana winds which have created ripe wildfire conditions across the Southland.

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The risk of wildfires will remain high again Tuesday with most of the Southland under red flag warnings because of gusty Santa Ana winds which have forced precautionary power shutoffs to tens of thousands of Southern California Edison customers.

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More than 46,000 Southern California Edison customers were without power Thursday morning amid a dangerous Santa Ana wind event that already had fueled at least two wildfires in the region.

#BREAKING Southern California Edison says its equipment being investigated as possible source of #SilveradoFire 

The Bobcat Fire, the massive blaze burning through the Angeles National Forest, was likely ignited by tree branches that fell onto a power line, according to Southern California Edison.

#BREAKING Federal investigators looking into whether massive Bobcat Fire in the Angeles National Forest was sparked by Southern California Edison utility equipment

#ALERT : : Santa Monica is currently experiencing a power outage affecting an estimated 2,027 Southern California Edison customers. Restoration is predicted at 7:30 p.m., according to the SCE outage map.

The blackouts, which typically lasted an hour or two, cut power to more than 130,000 Southern California Edison customers and approximately 220,000 Pacific Gas & Electric customers in Northern CA’s El Dorado, Napa, Marin, San Mateo and Sonoma counties.

#BREAKING : Southern California Edison confirms it has started rolling power outages after Cal ISO declared a statewide Stage 3 Emergency, though the provider would not disclose impacted areas due to public safety concerns

Power company Southern California Edison says it may be responsible for starting last year's Woolsey Fire, which destroyed more than 1,600 structures, injured three firefighters and killed three people as it raged near Malibu

Over 2,000 residents in Ridgecrest and the surrounding areas are without power following the earthquake, according to Southern California Edison. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Fire Department said no major infrastructure damages were reported in L.A.

#ALERT : Southern California Edison has been getting reports of people posing as utility employees attempting to enter homes in fire areas. Anyone who sees suspicious activity in evacuated areas is urged to immediately call police or SCE at (800) 655-4555.

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