Storm leaves thousands without power

More than 2,700 customers of Puget Sound Energy in Western Washington were left without power Tuesday afternoon after the region was hit by a heavy rainstorm.

PSE reported a total of 49 outages — with approximately 2,274 customers without power — just before 2:30 p.m. Dec. 11.

Only one small outage was reported on Bainbridge Island; approximately four homes between Grand Forest West and Grand Forest East were without electricity Tuesday afternoon.

The largest outage in the Puget Sound was reported on Vashon Island Tuesday, where more than 1,100 homes were without electricity.

Power was also out in multiple neighborhoods in and around Bremerton.

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