CHICO, Calif. - More than 2,000 Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) customers lost power in Chico on Sunday morning at approximately 10:15 a.m. The area of the outage was in the north east Chico area that included residents on East Avenue and along Lindo Avenue.
The black-out only lasted about an hour, according to a PG&E public information spokesperson.
Action News Now heard from one resident who said the power came back on approximately two hours after it went out.
Officials with PG&E say they have not figured out yet what caused the outage.
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