SALT LAKE CITY
Power outages in South Jordan and Salt Lake Monday morning
SALT LAKE CITY — A power outage affected over 15,000 people in South Jordan Monday morning, while an outage in Salt Lake City affected 6,600 customers.
According to the RMP outages webpage, Rocky Mountain Power resolved the outage in South Jordan around 8 a.m.
RMP told Utah’s Morning News that the Salt Lake City outage was caused by a mylar balloon.
RMP initially announced an outage in Salt Lake City just after 5:30 a.m. and said crews were dispatched to investigate the cause and work on restoring power.
We know of a power outage in SLC, affecting approximately 6,495 customers. We have dispatched crews to investigate and make repairs and are working to restore service as quickly as possible. To report your power out, please visit https://t.co/uEpATqo5lR or text “OUT” to 759677. pic.twitter.com/GrXxeNAM0y
— Rocky Mountain Power UT (@RMP_Utah) November 7, 2022
The outage impacted some traffic lights as well as delaying some Utah Transit Authority lines.
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