UPDATE | Hundreds still without power on Bainbridge

  • Tuesday, November 14, 2017 3:13pm
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More than 450 homes on Bainbridge Island were still without power Tuesday in the aftermath of a powerful windstorm that swept through the Puget Sound region on Monday.

Puget Sound Energy said more than two dozen neighborhoods were still without electricity on Bainbridge shortly after 3 p.m. Nov. 14.

The outages span the entire length of the island, from homes near the Agate Pass Bridge to neighborhoods along South Beach to Restoration Point.

The largest outage was reported south of Wyatt Way, where 113 PSE customers were without power just north of downtown.

PSE estimates some customers won’t get power restored until noon Wednesday, Nov. 15.

More than 5,500 PSE customers in Western Washington were still without power Tuesday afternoon.

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