UPDATE | Large areas of Bainbridge Island without power

Bainbridge Island was mostly dark Sunday night following a day of power outages across the island.

Puget Sound Energy reported more than 7,000 of its customers on Bainbridge were without electricity. Areas without power stretched from South Beach to Agate Point.

Most islanders lost power not long after 6 p.m. Sunday.

Across PSE’s coverage area, the utility said more than 30,000 of its customers had lost power as of 10:30 p.m. Feb. 18.

PSE did not have an estimate of when power would be restored to the major outage areas on the island.

There were 65 separate reports of neighborhood outages on Bainbridge.

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