UPDATE (3:45 p.m.): Power restored to Renton and Skyway areas affected by outage

Car hitting power pole in Renton caused outage

UPDATE 2:

Seattle City Light crews have restored power to all customers affected by todays car vs utitlity pole accident:

UPDATE:

Seattle City Light crews are still on the scene of a car vs pole accident and is now estimating repairs completed by 1:30 p.m.

ORIGINAL POST:

A car crashing into a Seattle Light Utility pole in Renton has left several thousand people in the Renton, Skyway and Bryn Mawr communities in the dark this morning.

Approximately 3,700 residents are affected by the outage, which began around 8:15 a.m.

Officials expect the outage to be repaired by 11:50 a.m. Monday.

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