SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - A power outage temporarily knocked out electrical service to the entirety of San Diego Miramar College, according to campus officials. Power was restored to most of the campus at around 4:00 p.m.
The problem may have been caused by a construction accident in the area, college officials say. According to campus officials. the power outage began at around 1:00 p.m.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
It will be business as usual for Miramar College students & faculty tonight after 3 hour power outage. Power has been restored to all but CE— SDMiramarCollege (@SDMiramar) December 15, 2015
Power has been restored to the South end of campus with exception of CE bungalows (buildings B & F). CE will take a few more hours.— SDMiramarCollege (@SDMiramar) December 14, 2015
Power is still out to south portion of campus. We are efforting a plan for this evening should power remain out. Stay tuned!— SDMiramarCollege (@SDMiramar) December 14, 2015
Campus is still open and classes are on going as scheduled. We will re-evaluate over the course of the afternoon. Check back for details.— SDMiramarCollege (@SDMiramar) December 14, 2015
College police officers and CSOs have checked all the elevators to ensure no one is trapped. Call police dispatch at X6405 if needed— SDMiramarCollege (@SDMiramar) December 14, 2015
We are currently experiencing a campus wide power outage. A contractor working on campus hit a power line. No timetable for when restored— SDMiramarCollege (@SDMiramar) December 14, 2015
We are currently experiencing a campus wide power outage which began at 1pm. Please stay tuned to Twitter for more info— SDMiramarCollege (@SDMiramar) December 14, 2015
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