UPDATE: West Coast Road reopens after tree falls on power line

B.C. Hydro says power is still out, affecting 349 people in Port Renfrew area

West Coast Rd. is finally open after being closed in both directions between Parkinson Rd. and Port Renfrew this afternoon due to a tree falling on a power line.

However, according to B.C. Hydro, the power is still out, affecting 349 customers. The power has been out since 10 am this morning.

For updates on outages in our area, visit www.bchydro.com.

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