PG&E crews were working to restore power to thousands of customers in two different Bay Area cities Saturday afternoon.
Pacific Gas & Electric was reporting a major power outage in Oakland and in the Berkeley Hills on Saturday.
A power outage was affecting about 1,950 customers in Palo Alto Tuesday morning, according to the Palo Alto Utilities Department.
Bay Area Rapid Transit passengers in and out of the East Bay should expect some travel problems Saturday morning with a grass fire near the Pleasant Hill station and a power outage at the downtown Berkeley station, according to BART Central.
Nearly 7,000 PG&E customers were without power in San Francisco Friday morning, a utility spokeswoman said.
A power outage that left over 7,000 PG&E customers in Berkeley without power and closed the downtown BART station Tuesday night was caused by an underground fire, officials said.
An outage that darkened parts of San Francisco’s Hall of Justice for more than two hours Thursday afternoon occurred as a contractor was doing electrical work at the building, a Department of Public Works spokeswoman said.
A freeway off-ramp in the Brisbane area was reopened following the containment of a three-alarm brush fire near U.S. Highway 101.
All lanes have been reopened on the San Mateo-Hayward Bridge after a fatal collision that knocked out power on a section of the eastern portion Tuesday morning, according to the CHP.
Power has been restored to residents in San Mateo Saturday following an incident in which a man was fatally injured while trying to move a downed power line.