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Mud and debris flow down onto Highway 70 early this evening near Keddie. Photo by Meg Upton

Mudslides and power outages cap off Memorial Day UPDATED

UPDATE 7:10 p.m. The lights came back on in Quincy. PG&E reports that power has been restored after a weather-related outage to more than 1,700 customers. If your power has not been restored, you should contact PG&E at pge.com/outage

UPDATE 5:33 p.m. PSREC reports that it is experiencing an outage on the north end of its service territory due to wildlife interfering with equipment. Crews are on site and the estimated time of restoration is 60 minutes.

UPDATE: PG&E is reporting that 1,707 customers in the Quincy area are without power.

This evening’s thunderstorms are putting a damper on Memorial Day as power is knocked out and hillsides are coming down.

PSREC was already reporting outages in the eastern portion of its coverage area, and now PG&E customers are in the dark in the Quincy area.

The rain is bringing mud and debris down on Highway 70 near Keddie.

If you have news to report from your area, please post in the comment section so the information can be shared.

One thought on “Mudslides and power outages cap off Memorial Day UPDATED

  • It could have been worse. Lightening struck a tree next to Highway 70 across from Thompson Valley. No fire and, apparently, no damage to the nearby power line.

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