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Power Outage Report: 10,000 Customers Without Service

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Considering this was quite a large storm, power outage numbers for the city of Los Angeles aren't that crazy when compared to past storms. Of course, if you were one of the ones without power (like us), it's never fun. Here are the areas with large power outages, per the LADWP:

San Pedro/Wilmington: 3,000
Venice: 1,400
Sunlund: 1,400
Eagle Rock: 1,000

The rest is made up of smaller outages here and there (is yours not listed? Let us know in the comments).

Over at Vineland and Hortense in West Toluca Lake, a power line was knocked down. If you see any more lines down, call 1-800-342-5397.

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