PG&E crews are responding to a power outage affecting 780 customers in San Jose early morning on Sept. 6, according to utility officials.
The outage was first reported at 3:30 a.m. morning on Sept. 6, according to PG&E spokesman J.D. Guidi.
Guidi said crews are investigating the cause of the outage and multiple personnel are responding to the area that—according to PG&E’s website—borders an area between Lincoln Avenue to the west, Monterey Street to the east, Minnesota and West Alma avenues to the north and Curtner Avenue to the south.
According to Guidi, there is no estimated time of when power will be restored and the outage is under investigation.
The San Jose Fire Department reported fire crews were responding to an explosion that involved a PG&E response around 3:30 a.m. in the 1500 block of Curtiss Avenue, but Guidi couldn’t confirm if the outage was related to the fire call.
Guidi said there is no damage or injuries to anyone at this time.