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About 13,500 LADWP Customers Still Without Power This Morning

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After yesterday's rainstorm, crews worked through the night and continue to work this morning to get thousands of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers' service restored.

As of 6:30 this morning, about 13,500 of the LADWP's 1.4 million customers were still experiencing "power service interruptions" according to their latest report.

The outages are distributed as follows: South Los Angeles: 6,000; Koreatown: 1,800; Hyde Park: 1,500. They anticipate having another update available around 11 this morning.

Last night: LADWP: 32,000 Customers Without Power

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