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Late night power outage affects 1030 Prince Rupert customers

BC Hydro crews estimate power on at 10:30 p.m.

BC Hydro crews are responding to a power outage in Prince Rupert affecting 1030 customers.

According to BC Hydro’s website, the outage is affecting customers South of Second Avenue, North of Comox Avenue, West of Prince Rupert Blvd and East of Graham Avenue.

Power in this area has been out since 8:29 p.m., and was caused by a substation fault.

BC Hydro estimates that power will be restored by 10:30 p.m.

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