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UPDATE: Hawaiian Electric Working to Repair Downed Pole/Lines on Moloka‘i

February 3, 2021, 2:00 PM HST
* Updated February 3, 4:05 PM
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Update: 3:59 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021

Hawaiian Electric has restored power to all customers on Molokaʻi after gusty southerly winds caused outages in various parts of the island today. 

Crews replaced a downed pole in the Maunaloa area and repaired power lines that came down after a large ironwood tree fell in the Kalaʻe Highway area.

Customers still experiencing a power outage, are asked to contact the Hawaiian Electric Trouble Line toll-free at 877-871-8461 or (808) 871-7777. 

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Gusty southerly winds caused outages in various parts of Molokaʻi today, including the Hoʻolehua, Kalaʻe Highway and Maunaloa areas.

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Hawaiian Electric crews are presently working to replace a downed pole in the Maunaloa area as well as repair power lines that came down after a large ironwood tree fell in the Kalaʻe Highway area.

Company representatives say crews are working as quickly as possible to safely restore power to affected areas.

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