Southland deals with cold, wind and no power


Southland deals with cold, wind and no power
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA (BDCi) – About 10,000 Southern California Edison customers remained without power Tuesday morning, six days after a damaging windstorm wreaked havoc on the southland.

The hardest hit areas were Monrovia and Arcadia. The company said tit is working around the clock to restore power. Crews are doing 32 hours on and six hours off fixing power lines and transformers.

SoCal Edison will have four distribution center open Tuesday for residents with basic supplies like flashlights, water and ice.

They are located at:

-Altadena: Altadena Community Center, 730 E. Altadena Drive

-Arcadia: Los Angeles County Regional Park, at corer of Huntington Drive and Sanata Anita Ave. –Temple City: City Hall EOC, 9701 Las Tunas Ave. –Temple City: Live Oak Community Center, 10144 Bogue St.

Southern Californians can expect cold temperatures Tuesday morning, along with more gusty winds throughout the day.

By: Natania Levine
6 December 2011
10:34 a.m P.S.T


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