More than 2,600 BC Hydro customers are impacted by a power outage Monday morning. (BC Hydro map)

UPDATED: Power restored to Metchosin, Colwood

Monday morning outage impacts more than 2,600 BC Hydro customers

A power outage impacted BC Hydro customers in Colwood and Metchosin Monday morning.

After a bird came into contact with BC Hydro wires,2,691 customers were without power starting at 5:43 a.m. July 13. The outage spreads south of Glen Lake Road, west of Albert Head Road and east of Lindholm Road.

Power was restored by 7:30 a.m.

READ ALSO: Power outage hits roughly 10,000 customers on the West Shore


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