UPDATED: Power restored to 700 people in Brentwood Bay

BC Hydro expects power to be turned back on by 8:30 a.m.

UPDATE:

Power has now been restored to BC Hydro customers in Brentwood Bay following a car crash this morning.

ORIGINAL:

A power outage in Brentwood Bay has left more than 700 people in the dark Monday morning.

BC Hydro says crews are on site and hope to have power restored by 8:30 a.m. after a vehicle crash earlier this morning.

The affected area includes customers living north of Hartland Avenue, south of Damelart Way, and west of Central Saanich Road.

Eastbound traffic on Keating Cross Road will be redirected from West Saanich Road due to the downed power lines.

BC Hydro customers had the power go off at roughly 6:30 a.m.


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