A power outage hit over 4,300 Dominion Energy customers across Alexandria, but within an hour it seems most of that has been restored..
Dominion Energy said there were 4,364 customers without power across Alexandria this morning, but as of 10:45 p.m. that was down to scattered pockets like 156 customers without power in North Ridge.
The cause is listed as a circuit going out and the estimated time of restoration was listed as between 1-4 p.m., but the outage was fixed within the hour.
The large-scale outage is the latest in an ongoing saga of outages in Alexandria. Dominion Energy said last year it would invest $17 million over the next three years to improve reliability in Alexandria.
There are over 3,300 @DominionEnergy customers presently experiencing an outage in the center of the City.
— Justin Wilson (@justindotnet) May 30, 2023
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