Power Problems In Central Everett Friday Morning

February 6, 2015

Everett, Everett Fire

7:52am UPDATE: PUD has restored power to all but about 90 people.


Photo courtesy Everett Fire Dept. Twitter Feed

The combination of a tree into power lines in the 6700 block of Larimer Road and a short circuit in the PUD substation at 52nd street has left a bunch of people in the dark this morning. Larimer road was shut down after a tree brought down live wires. Traffic was diverted at the 5600 block of Larimer on the Everett side and Snohomish Fire was blocking Larimer in the county. Traffic signals on Broadway were dark at 52nd street, 41st street and 39th while PUD crews re-routed power at the substation. About 1200 customers were affected according to Snohomish PUD.

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2 Responses to “Power Problems In Central Everett Friday Morning”

  1. Native Says:

    Sorry meant to comment on, Minor Injuries As Pickup and Everett Police SUV Collide in Downtown Everett

  2. Native Says:

    I don’t know who drives the black police cruiser? But the other day up by Garfield Elementary. I watched a officer driving, was not watching, there was a stopped SUV in front of him and he almost rear ended it he had to slam his breaks….