PG&E restores electric power to customers affected by Napa County earthquake

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is reporting that electric service is restored for 70,000 customers affected by Sunday’s Napa County earthquake.

The company continues to conduct gas safety surveys in the areas impacted by the Napa County earthquake.

PG&E lowered the operating pressure of its Sonoma/Napa transmission pipeline system and conducted two patrols of the transmission system to ensure its integrity.

Beginning today, PG&E will also conduct courtesy gas safety checks at homes and businesses throughout the impacted area.

Currently, there are 20 earthquake-related gas-distribution outages. PG&E is ready to restore these customers as soon as the impacted properties are ready to safely receive gas service.

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