Update at 2:10 p.m. — Power has been restored for many customers in the area, with only around 80 now without power. An equipment problem was found to be the source of the outage.
Over 2,000 Dominion Energy customers in Old Town are currently without power.
An outage is currently impacting approximately 2,186 people in Old Town’s eastern and southernmost portions, Dominion said on its outage map.
The cause is still under investigation, but Dominion said that power could be out for the next few hours, with estimated restoration sometime between 1-4 p.m.
@DominionEnergy Power outage in South Old Town Alexandria. Flickered for 10 minutes and now is totally out.
— WindowlessOffice Growth Corp (@lipmanms) February 8, 2021
— Nicolle Bradford (@NicolleBradford) February 8, 2021
The outage comes less than a month after Mayor Justin Wilson officially asked Dominion to invest in more reliability — makes Dominion’s claims that last year’s frequent outages were just flukes more unlikely.
Image via Dominion Energy
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