According to PG&E, there are approximately 228 residents without power in the area of the Stoney Fire.
According to the utility company's spokesman, Paul Moreno, they prompted the outage, at the request of the firefighters. Moreno says the fire was also burning dangerously close to power lines.
The power went out Friday morning, around 5:50 a.m. PG&E crews are working to restore power in the area. PG&E is aiming to have power restored by 4 p.m.
With temperatures expected to reach nearly the triple digits, residents impacted in the area are encouraged to go to the evacuation shelter at the Neighborhood Church on Notre Dame Boulevard.
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