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Power outage affects 2,200 people in Hollywood Hills

Area where power outage was reported in Hollywood Hills
About 2,200 people were without electricity Monday night in the Hollywood Hills after a tree fell on power lines.

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power said on its Twitter account that crews were working to restore power in the area.

The utility did provide not an estimate on when the work would be completed.

The outage was reported to be in the 2300 block of Laurel Canyon Boulevard. No additional details were immediately available.


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Map shows area where power outage occurred. Credit: Times Mapping L.A.

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