Lights go out on north Bainbridge Island

Nearly 300 homes on Bainbridge Island lost power early Tuesday night.

Puget Sound Energy reported approximately 272 customers in the Hidden Cove area were without electricity just after 6 p.m. Jan. 10.

Power was expected to be restored by 8:30 p.m.

Another smaller outage was affecting 15 homes near Manzanita. PSE hopes to have electricity restored by 9 p.m.

Other areas in North Kitsap also saw the lights go out Tuesday evening; outages were reported in neighborhoods in Kingston, Indianola and north Poulsbo.

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