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Electric Safety Incident Reported- PG&E Incident No: 171020-8589

 

The Following information regarding this incident has been reported:

Reporting Date: 10/20/2017 4:55:21 PM
Incident Date: 10/8/2017 @ 00:00 a.m.
Reported By: Laxmi Terala, Compliance Specialist, Expert
Utility Name: PG&E
Phone Number: (925)768-6603
Email Address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Incident Location: 4011 Atlas Peak Road Napa, Napa

Reasons For Reporting:
- Fatalities? No (Utility: , Others: )
- Names of Fatalities:
- Injuries? (Utility: , Others: )
- Names of Injured:
- Damage? Yes (Utility: , Others: )
- Interruption? (Total Customers: , Total Hours: )
- Operator Judgement? No
- Media Coverage? No 

Cause of Incident: Other (Other Cause: )

Agencies on Scene:

Facilities Affected:
- Utilities Facilities: Pueblo 1104
- Voltage (KV): 12
- Customer's Facilities:

DigIn Information:
- Excavator Name:
- Contact:
- Phone: (___)___-____

Incident Recovery:
- On Scene Date & Time: @ 00:00 a.m.
- Service Restored: @ 00:00 a.m.

Summary: On Thursday, October 19, 2017, near the City of Napa, Napa County, PG&E identified a broken tree limb and broken field-phase primary insulator on the Pueblo 1104 near 4011 Atlas Peak Road. An approximately 25 foot tree limb fell from a White Oak that was rooted approximately 15 feet from the distribution conductors. CalFire has taken possession of the field phase primary conductor and the broken field-phase primary insulator. This information is preliminary and PG&E is fully cooperating with Cal Fire.

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