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A power outage on Wednesday afternoon left 1904 customers without electricity – and as BC Hydro investigated, it seemed to have been caused by a bird coming into contact with the wires.

The outage happened near 112th Street and Alaska Road.

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Bob Gammer of BC Hydro said he believes it is now less than 10 customers without power, if any.

A separate outage near 112th Avenue and 95th Street is still under investigation.


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