1041 customers without power due to outages in Northern Vancouver Island

Keep following the North Island Gazette for more on the power outages.

There are 1041 customers affected by power outages on the North Island.

BC Hydro’s outage list for Northern Vancouver Island includes:

North of Sointula/Port McNeill Ferry – 481 customers with no power since 5:51 a.m. with the cause being listed as under investigation;

North-South-East-West of Coal Harbour Road – 350 customers with no power since 2:10 a.m. with the cause being listed as trees down across wires;

West of F Avenue, East of Rupert Street, South of Hasting Street, North of Gibraltar Street in Port Hardy – 129 customers with no power since 6:57 a.m. with the cause being trees down across wires;

East of Kaleva Road in Sointula – 65 customers with no power since 10:37 p.m. last night with the cause being listed as under investigation; and

West of Winter Harbour Road, East of Elizabeth Avenue, South of Thompson Street, North of Croft Street – 7 customers with no power since 8:16 a.m. with the cause being listed as under investigation.

Keep following BC Hydro’s website here for updates on the outages.


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