Updated 1 p.m. — The Dominion Energy outage map shows the situation at Potomac Yard has been resolved
Earlier: Dominion Energy is reporting a large power outage enveloping Potomac Yard and crossing into the Del Ray and Braddock neighborhoods, leaving 3,570 customers without power.
According to the outage map, crews have been dispatched to the scene but power restoration could be anywhere between 12-5 p.m. The cause of the outage is currently unknown, though there are also power outages throughout the area after last night’s storms.
There are a little over 3,500 @DominionEnergy customers in Del Ray/Potomac Yard currently experiencing an outage.
— Justin Wilson (@justindotnet) July 7, 2020
Some Alexandrians on Twitter said they experienced periodic power outages throughout the morning, waking up with reset clocks or fridges full of spoiling food.
@DominionEnergy what’s going on in Alexandria Va? Woke up to no power and now I’ve lost my fridge full of food…
— starletta (@starletta8) July 7, 2020
Map via Dominion Energy
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