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1850 - Death Valley '49er William Robinson dies in Soledad Canyon from drinking too much cool water [story]
Leaving Death Valley


A handful of power outages were reported in the Canyon Country area Wednesday morning, but Southern California Edison did not have immediate updates about the exact boundaries of the outages as of 10:30 a.m.

The first outage was reported by residents near Whites Canyon Road and Soledad Canyon Road shortly before 10:30 a.m.

By 10:45 a.m, the outage map for SoCal Edison showed that at least five outages were occurring in the Canyon Country area, with approximately 10,261 customers affected.

Residents reported seeing notifications from household wireless electronics alerting them from work that their power had been cut off.

SoCal Edison said Tuesday that outages might occur during Public Power Safety Shutoffs in the Canyon Country area for Wednesday and Thursday.

They accredited these possible safety shut-offs to turbulent, potentially fire-causing weather in the area. The National Weather Service has placed the northeast part of the Santa Clarita Valley under both a wind advisory and red flag warning until noon on Christmas Eve.

To report an outage, call 1-800-611-1911.

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  1. Rosemary Moffat says:

    Once again, our power was cut off. Last time on Thanksgiving day, this time 2 days before Christmas and we’re huddling under blankets, If a fire came our way today, we put it out with the icicles on our noses and those hanging off of our house, because it’s going to go below freezing tonight. No heat. Our old 67 and 72 year old bodies are shivering as we wrap presents to lantern light. They say it’s again due to “fire danger”. But we know better. It’s cloudy outside and looks like rain and again, while my power is cut off as are my immediate neighbors, the folks across the street have power. They must not want to keep them safe from fire danger. Down the street at my sister’s ranch they had full power. But on the other side of her ranch they had no power. So, again, this insistence that they turn the power off for our safety is ludicrous.
    This is the fifth time my power has been turned off in the last month and a half. I pay my bill every month and the winds just haven’t been that bad. The only time we had a little fire here in Agua Dulce during that time was it an area where the power had been turned off. We have suffered this outage frenzy for more than a year, with power outages that range from eight hours to two or three days every time a breeze comes up. And this just so SCE can save their a**es from further lawsuits. But every time it happens, computers crash, food goes bad, appliances freeze up, landscapes dry out, among other things. Yet SCE continues this horribly unethical practice without regard to the consequences and dangers for thousands of their customers. SCE, you’ve turned our lovely ranching community into a 3rd world area over and over as we sling gas cans around to start our generators started , freezing in our beautiful homes, tripping over extension cords in the relative darkness as we tend to our sick by lantern light. Merry Christmas.

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