Wide Spread Power Outages

Power outages across the area have been caused by the current windstorm. Both Avista and Inland Power indicate multiple issues with no indications of when the power will be restored. 

The power provided by Avista in the Deer Park area went down at about 6:45am. According to the Avista website crews are currently working on the issue. Their map indicates that there are 2,500 customers in the area without power.

Avista Outage Map https://outagemap.myavista.com/external/default.html

Inland Power Outage Map https://smarthub.inlandpower.com/maps/public/OutageWebMap/

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