A total of 103 customers in Incline Village are still without power on Friday, Nov. 10, according to the NV Energy website. The company estimates power will be restored at 5 p.m. Friday.
A power outage on Thursday, Nov. 9, left residents and businesses of Incline Village in the dark.According to NV Energy, 9,025 customers were without power for six hours.The power outage occurred because of a damaged structure.Damage to a structure has caused a major outage in Incline Village. Crews are on the scene working to restore power as quickly and safely as possible. We appreciate your patience. Please visit https://t.co/RxnWI5m1Hc for updates.— NV Energy (@NVEnergy) November 10, 2017
Liberty Utilities typically services the area, but the Brockway Station is currently closed for repairs. In the meantime, NV Energy has been providing Kings Beach customers with power. “It’s a big strucutre, and the pole came down, so NV Energy is having to repair that,” said Kathy Carter, Communications Strategist for Tri Sage Consulting. The power could take eight to 10 hours to restore. “We want to make sure customers have their flash lights and conserve during the power outage,” Carter said.
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Selecting a term
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