11 a.m. on Friday
SCE spokeswoman Susan Cox said power was restored to all customers at 4:35 a.m. on Friday. In all, 2,240 customers lost power, but about 600 had their power back on within 30 minutes, Cox said.
Lightening caused the power outage, she added.
4 p.m. on Thursday
At least 1,800 Arcadia residents are without power Thursday evening, according to Southern California Edison. Scanner reports indicate the intersections of 1st and Duarte are blacked out.
SCE officials have not yet determined the cause of the outage. The area affected encompasses Genoa Street to the north, East Live Oak to the south, Encino Avenue to the east and South Santa Anita to the West, an SCE official said.
A blown transformer was reported of the 1000 block of South First Street. A resident reported a loud boom and loss of power to their home, said Lieutenant Colleen Flores of
Meanwhile, firefighters responded to a reported lightning strike and structure fire in the 2500 block of S. Third Avenue around 4 p.m. There was no fire, but firefighters did find several downed power lines, spokesperson Beth Stogner said.