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Power restored after damaged Kaneohe utility pole repaired

Hawaiian Electric Co. crews completed repairs to a damaged utility pole in Kaneohe at approximately 12:40 p.m. today and restored power to all customers affected.

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11:53 a.m.

Hawaiian Electric Co. restored power to approximately 30 customers in the Kaneohe area as of 11:15 a.m. after crews switched them to another circuit.

Seven customers are still without power as crews continue repairs to a damaged pole.

8:30 a.m.

Hawaiian Electric Co. crews have restored power to all but 40 customers impacted by an outage in the Kaneohe area early today.

The outage was reported at approximately 6:30 a.m. today, affecting nearly 1,700 customers.

A large tree on Ahuimanu Road fell, causing damage to a pole and knocking down some power lines. Outages occurred in areas that include Ahuimanu Road, Okana Road, Hui Iwa Street and Temple Valley Shopping Center, according to HECO spokeswoman Shannon Tangonan.

Power was restored to all but 40 customers at approximately 8:15 a.m.

HECO aims to restore power to the remaining customers this afternoon when crews are expected to complete all repairs.

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