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Rain Causes Power Outages To 24,000 Households

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Rainpocalypse seems to be well under way for Los Angeles. Our second storm hit late Thursday night, and it's left Angelenos dealing with power outages throughout the city.

LADWP is handling about 14,000 customers who have lost power this morning according to City News Service. East Hollywood faced the biggest power outage hit with 3,200 folks without electricity, Vermont Vista area with about 2,800 customers, and Sawtelle area with 2,200.

LADWP noted on their website estimates of where the power outages were hitting as of 11:04 a.m.:

Adams-Normandie, Bel-Air, Beverly Crest, Boyle Heights, Brentwood, Broadway-Manchester, Canoga Park, Chesterfield Square, Downtown, East Hollywood, Echo Park, El Sereno, Encino, Harvard Park, Highland Park, Hollywood, Hollywood Hills West, Hyde Park, Lake Balboa, Leimert Park, Lincoln Heights, Los Feliz, Manchester Square, Mar Vista, North Hollywood Pacoima, Sawtelle, Sherman Oaks, Sunland, Tarzana, University Park, Valley Glen, Van Nuys, Various Locations in LA, Venice, Vermont Knolls, Vermont Square, Vermont Vista, West Hills, Westlake, Winnetka
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In addition, there were about 10,000 Southern California Edison customers who suffered power outages as of 10 a.m., according to City News Service. The electric company also posted a map as of 11:25 a.m. of the areas affected:

If you need to report a power outage, contact LADWP at 1-800-DIAL-DWP or track their progress on their website here. You can do the same with Southern California Edison at 1-800-611-1911 and on their website here.