Thousands without power after car crash in Sacramento

O:TE HERE’S WHAT WE’RE FOLLOWING ON THIS SUNDAY MORNING. SACRAMENTO STATE UNIVERSITY WARNING TWO REPORTSF O SEXUAL BATTERY ON CAMPUS THEY POSTED A PHOTO OF THIS MAN ON A BIKE. HE APPROACHED THE VICTIM WALKING NEAR THE RIVERFRONT CENTER AND SLAPPED THE VICTIM’S BEHIND AS HE RODE BY. THE SECOND INCIDENT HAPPENED THE SAME DAY AROUND 8:30 AT NIGHT. WHOA WE DO NOT KNOW? THE INCIDENTS ARE CONNECTED. LLCA PSAKI STATE POLICE WITH ANY INFORMATION. LAW ENFORCEMENT NEEDS YOUR HELP FINDING THIS SACRAMENTO WOMAN. A CALL WAS PLACED SAYING 26-YEAR-OLD BLUEAS W REPORTED MISSING BY HER PARENTS. HER LAST KNOWN LOCATION WAS AT GREEN VALLEY TRAIL ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON. SHE IS FIVE FTEE FOUR INCHES TALL, WEIGHS 160 POUNDS. SHE IS CONSIDERED AT RISK DUE TO A MEDICAL CONDITION. IT IS 7:30. WE ARE SWITCNGHI GEARS HEADED OVER TO METEOROLOGIST EILEEN JAVORA WHAT LOOK AT THE FORECAST. EILEEN:E’ WRE STARTING OUT WITH SOME CLOUDS OVER THE VALLEY WE’VE HAD A COUPLE OF SPRINKLES AROUND BUT NOT ANYTHING MEASURABLE. AND THESE CLOUDS ARE GOING TO BE THINNING OUT AS THE DAY GSOE ON. SOME MORE SUNSHINE WILL BE COMING THROUGH. BUT THIS IS OUR VIEW AGAIN, DOWNTOWN WITH SEOM OF THOSE CLOUDS OVERHEAD. WE DO HAVE SOME RAIN SHOWERS FALLING IN THE FOOTHILLS AND SOME SNOW SHOWERS ABOVE 6,000 FEET FALLING AS WELLS A SOME VERY GUSTY WINDS IN THE MOUNTAINS THIS MORNING. THIS WEEK WEATHER, SYSTEM IS GOG INTO PUSH ITS WAY SOUTH THROUGHOUT THE MORNING. AND THAT SHOULD LEAVES U WITH MUCH DRIER CONDITIONS IN THE MOUNTAINS BY THE AFTERNOON AND ENEV MIDDAY. CLOSER VIEW SHOWS WE’RE GETTING THE RN AIIN PLACERVILLE. AND THERE’S SNOW SHOWERS ABOVE ABOUT 6,000 FEET OR SO. NO CHAIN ​​RESTRICTIONS UP. AS YOU CAN SEE, AT DON SUMMIT, THE — DORN SUMMIT DONOR SUMMIT. WE’RE GETTING DUSTS GUSTS AT THE HIGHEST PEAKS OF THE MOUNTAINS A DECREASE IN CLOUDS OVER THE VALLEY WITH HIGHS ONLY THE THE 60’S TODAY. COOLER THAN YESTERDAY. SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE EARLY AND THEN MORE SUNSHINE FOR THE FOOTHILLS WITH HIGHS ONLY IN THE 50’S TO AROUND 60 AND WE’LL HAVE THAT MORNING WIND AND SNOW SHOWERS FOR THE SIERRA BUT THE AFTERNOON TURNS PARTLY CLOUDY AND THAT WIND WILL BE CALMING DOWN. HIGHS WILL RGEAN IN THE 40’S AND 50’S. WE’LL LOOK

Power outage in Sacramento caused by car crash, police say

Crews worked quickly to restore power to nearly 17,000 SMUD customers in Sacramento Sunday evening after a car crash, authorities said. As of 7:20 pm, about 436 customers remain without power. Power was out on Fruitridge Road from 65th Street to Freeport and Folsom Boulevard, and from Fruitridge Road to 47th Avenue, the Sacramento Police Department said. At the peak of the outage, there were 16,592 customers without power, according to SMUD’s outage map. It’s unclear if anyone was injured in the car crash. No other details were released. This is a developing story, stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

Crews worked quickly to restore power to nearly 17,000 SMUD customers in Sacramento Sunday evening after a car crash, authorities said.

As of 7:20 pm, about 436 customers remain without power.

Power was out on Fruitridge Road from 65th Street to Freeport and Folsom Boulevard, and from Fruitridge Road to 47th Avenue, the Sacramento Police Department said.

At the peak of the outage, there were 16,592 customers without power, according to SMUD’s outage map.

It’s clear if anyone was injured in the car crash.

No other details were released.

This is a developing story, stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

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