Update: 2:36pm- SDG&E reports power has been restored to 80% of customers initially affected. Currently only 70 units are without power.
According to an SDG&E spokesperson the cause of the downed lines was determined to be from a tractor trailer with a 1/2 mobile home attached, hit a wire causing the electrical poles to bow.
NATIONAL CITY (CNS) - All lanes of Interstate 5 are now open near Harbor Drive in National City, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The freeway was closed in the area about 10:30 a.m., causing miles of congestion, to allow utility crews to get low-hanging power lines restored to their proper height.
The wire fell on the freeway and hit an ambulance, cracking the vehicle's lights and windshield.
It's not immediately clear what caused the lines to sag too low over the interstate.
Seasonal weather as we approach the end of May. Temperatures slightly below average and an overcast morning set to scatter by the afternoon.
The San Diego Community Review Board of Police Practices on Tuesday once again took up the issue of a controversial chokehold.
A threat to Tierra Del Sol Middle School in Lakeside has turned up no evidence of validity, authorities said late Tuesday night.
Most people are familiar with action cameras that record HD video. Now the technology has advanced and 360 cameras are flooding the consumer market.
The Trump administration has been looking to open the waters off California to oil drilling, but several cities in San Diego County have pushed back.
The Crossroads of the West gun show is a popular draw and big moneymaker for the Del Mar Fairgrounds, but gun control advocates are calling for an end to the shows in the wake of recent school shootings.
A slow-moving brush fire blackened about 50 open acres east of Pala Casino Tuesday, sending plumes of smoke over northeastern San Diego County.
A sheriff's deputy accused of groping a teenage girl while standing behind her in a Vista fast-food restaurant line pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of committing a lewd act on a 14-year-old and accessing a computer to look up information on the case.
Election season is right around the corner, and that means a flood of campaign ads and letters are popping up in people's mailboxes.
San Diego City Councilman Chris Cate on Tuesday announced he has reopened the high water bills saga to look into how to prevent water meter misreads and accidental high bills in the future.