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Electric Safety Incident Reported PG& E Incident No: 1710168576

The Following information regarding this incident has been reported:

Reporting Date: 10/16/2017 9:59:54 PM
Incident Date: 10/9/2017 @ 1:00 a.m.
Reported By: Laxmi Terala, Compliance Specialist, Expert
Utility Name: PG&E
Phone Number: (925)7686603
Email Address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Incident Location: 1210 Nuns Canyon Road Glenn Ellen, Sonoma

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:
- Voltage (KV):
- 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: This afternoon near Glen Ellen in Sonoma County, PG&E identified a tree whose top broke and fell on an open wire secondary service to 1210 Nuns Canyon Road. The alder tree was rooted approximately 30 feet from the overhead secondary distribution conductors. PG&E's meteorology department determined that there were wind gusts in the area up to 58 m.p.h. prior to the event. CalFire has taken possession of the secondary conductors. This information is preliminary and PG&E is fully cooperating with Cal Fire.

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