ROSEBURG, Ore. -- Thousands of people have regained power after an outage in the Roseburg area Friday.
Power was restored by about 3:45 p.m., Pacific Power said.
In an earlier tweet, Pacific Power officials said more than 20,000 customers were affected.
Updated @ 3:48 pm: Power has been restored to all customers affected as of 2:02 pm. If your power is out, please reset your main breaker. If you are still experiencing an outage, visit https://t.co/YZKV5hargK or text “OUT” to 722797. Thank you for your patience.
— Pacific Power OR (@PacificPower_OR) July 19, 2019
If your power is still out, Pacific Power said to try resetting your main breaker, and if that doesn't help, text "OUT" to 722797.
Earlier this morning, Pacific Power said they were investigating the cause. At this time it is not known what was behind the outage.
For an outage map, click here.
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