OAKRIDGE, Ore. -- More than 2,000 people have regained power after an outage in Oakridge Thursday morning.
Officials said a tree fell on a power line, causing the outage, which Lane Electric said involved the Bonneville Power feed to the Lane Oakridge Substation.
The outage was first reported at about 6 a.m., and power was restored about an hour later.
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BPA located a downed tree on the line and are working to remove it. Estimated time of restoration is 9:00am. Thank you for your patience!
— Lane Electric Co-op (@laneelectric) August 22, 2019
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