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Spotty power outages reported

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by Jolene Toves

Guam - As a result of the inclement weather the Guam Power Authority reported that throughout the island power outages were being experienced. GPA has been fixing outages since last night and according to GPA spokesperson Art Perez restoration continues to the major circuit. He adds that areas of Latte Heights to Pagat in Mangilao as well as Yona to Ylig Bridge down towards Inarajan are completely out. He asks that we please keep in mind that it is particularly difficult to conduct restoration as the winds are preventing GPA to use the bucket trucks. Perez says that after the closest point of approach GPA will continue with power restoration. Power fluctuations are anticipated as power is being restored. Please report any power outages, downed or damaged lines to 475-1472.

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