LIST: SoCal Edison Shuts Off Power to Lower Fire Risk

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By KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

More than 15,000 people in Southern California are without power.

In San Bernardino, more than 7,000 customers are currently in the dark, and in Ventura County, more than 5,000 customers are without electricity as of Thursday afternoon.

SoCal Edison is cutting things off, trying to lower the risk of high-voltage lines sparking a fire if winds bring them down. The utility says 280,000 others across Southern California are also at risk of losing their power as a precautionary fire-safety measure.

Click here for more info from SoCal Edison: www.sce.com/safety/wildfire/psps

Power shut off due to PSPS* - 26,786 customers

Kern County (4,145 customers)

Tehachapi Map 2, Tehachapi Map 3

Unincorporated communities of Bear Valley Springs, Stallion Springs

Los Angeles County (9,868 customers)

Unincorporated areas including Leona Valley, Hughes Lake, Green Valley, Agua Dulce, White Heather, and Boiling Point

Riverside County (133 customers)

Unincorporated areas including Mountain Center

San Bernardino County (7,270 customers)

Fontana, Rialto, Rancho Cucamonga, and San Bernardino

Unincorporated areas including Etiwanda, Grapevine Canyon, San Sevaine Flats, Alta Loma, Chaffey College School

Ventura County (5,370 customers)

Santa Paula Map 1

Unincorporated areas including Limonera, Somis

Orange County (71 customers)