Buckley power outage, repair time moved to 3 p.m.

Two different neighborhoods are currently without power in the Buckley area, reaching into South Prairie and Wilkeson, affecting approximately 6,000 customers.

3:13 update:

The power to Buckley has been restored, according to the PSE outage map.

1:45 update:

The repair time for power in Buckley was updated to 3 p.m. today.

White River students were sent home early due to the blackout.

Original post:

Two different neighborhoods are currently without power in the Buckley area, reaching into South Prairie and Wilkeson, affecting approximately 6,000 customers.

Puget Sound Energy reports the cause of both blackouts were caused by trees or other vegetation.

The blackouts were reported around 9:40 a.m. The company expects power to be up by 12 p.m.


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