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PG&E: Santa Cruz County residents with power expected to keep it

A PG&E representative said on social media that those who still have power in Santa Cruz County are not expected to lose it due to a power shutoff.

The representative also released an updated map showing outages in Santa Cruz County. A new website the utility launched to provide outage information has experienced performance issues due to the high volume.

In a news release, PG&E also wrote that weather conditions in the Santa Cruz area are expected to subside at around midday on Thursday, and when conditions improve, the utility will begin inspections.

Power has been restored to about 50,000 customers in the Sierra Foothills since the shutoff began.

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