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GPA reports 97% of Guam has power after the storm

Posted: Jul 06, 2018 5:29 PM Updated:

Power restoration is mostly done in the aftermath of tropical storm Maria. GPA says all of its main circuits have been energized, and service has been restored to 97-percent of customers. But there are still about 900 without electricity.

As of Friday afternoon, the areas experiencing pocket outages were:

YIGO - Mount Santa Rosa, Chalan Emsley, behind Mobil McDonald's, Rosita Lane, Latte Heights-Adacao

DEDEDO - Okkodo area, Liguan Terrance, Swamp Road, Y Sengsong. AGAT - along Route 4

MERIZO - along Quinene Road and Baza Lane

INARAJAN - some areas of Malojloj

YONA - Pulantat, As Cepeda, As Suilo

MANGILAO - Ta'i area.

MONGMONG-TOTO-MAITE - First Hawaiian Bank area

ORDOT/CHALAN PAGO - various areasSANTA RITA - Joaquin Perez area

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