Salt Lake County, Utah — Sunday afternoon more than 20,000 residences and businesses lost power in the Salt Lake area.
According to Rocky Mountain Power, 22,455 customers in the “Metro-Jordan Valley area” were without electricity around 3:40 p.m..
Less than an hour later, the company said the outage was caused by a damaged line and that the areas of Cottonwood Heights, Murray, Holladay, and Millcreek were impacted.
According to the Rocky Mountain Power update given at 5:20 p.m. said, power was restored to all but about 100 customers. RPM said it’s expected to be fully restored by 8 p.m.
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