Electricity is going off in areas of Washington, DC and power company employees are not sure why . . . Similar to the power outage which affected New York City over the weekend.
Sources report the outage is as far north as Trinidad and as far south as Stadium Armory, including Capital Hill.
More than 7,000 customers were without power as of 10 p.m. Monday night in Washington D.C., according to Pepco.
Officials said they started seeing outages around 9:30 p.m. and dispatched repair crews to the troubled area in Northeast D.C.
They said they are not sure what exactly is causing the outage, and could not estimate when the power will turn back on. The outage map indicates they are hopeful it will be restored overnight sometime.
Developing, check back for updates.
UPDATE 10:43 PM EDT --
All CCTV cameras operated by local city gov't and feds, OFFLINE in affected area.
All RADIATION SENSORS and Bio-Weapons Senors also OFFLINE in affected area . . .
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