SAN RAMON (KGO) --Power has been restored in the San Ramon and Danville areas after an outage Thursday morning that affected about 26,000 PG&E customers, according to the utility.
Power went out at homes and businesses in the area around 7:30 a.m. and officers closed Crow Canyon Road at Alcosta Boulevard, San Ramon police said.
PG&E officials said all customers had power restored by 9:45 a.m.
Police had initially said a blown transformer was to blame for the outage, but PG&E officials said the cause is under investigation.
Early estimates say the blown transformer has cut power to roughly 26,000 in the San Ramon Valley.— San Ramon Police (@sanramonpolice) November 17, 2016