POWER OUTAGE: Southeast West Seattle pocket back on

Around 1:30 am, power went out for more than 6,000 customers, mostly in North Highline and Burien, but including a pocket at the east end of the Roxbury corridor, mostly along Olson Place.

(Thanks to Collin for the screengrab)

Within about two hours, all but 40 customers were back on – but not the southeast West Seattle pocket. Seattle City Light says they’re finally back on after about 10 hours. We’ll be following up tomorrow on the outage’s ecact cause.

3 Replies to "POWER OUTAGE: Southeast West Seattle pocket back on"

  • 1994 September 26, 2021 (7:01 pm)

    Another power outage?!?  with 6000 customers. What is happening with so many power outages? eagerly waiting to read about the cause. 

  • WSlite September 26, 2021 (7:51 pm)

    Yeah, the traffic light at 4th Ave SW & SW Cloverdale St was completely out this morning at 7:35AM probably related. I called it into Seattle PD’s non-emergency number right away so they could call appropriate people and get lights back on ASAP. It gets so backed up at those busy intersections with lights out making it a 4-way stop. Traffic light was back on by the time I drove back through around 12:30PM, so that’s good. 👍🏻

  • John Stance September 26, 2021 (7:53 pm)

    I hope everyone was ok 

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