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Live Blog: Power restored to residents in Mililani, Kunia

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

1:35 p.m. Saturday: 

HECO officials restored power to all customers in the Mililani Tech Park area as of 1:35 pm. Power has also been restored to all customers in the Kunia area. 

9:31 a.m. Saturday: 

The Army's Directorate of Public Works has been working around the clock to restore power outages resulting from yesterday's strong winds and downed trees and electric poles. They've been able to restore power for a number of neighborhoods; however, repairs are still underway for housing on Schofield. DPW officials estimate repairs could take from 24 to 48 hours to restore power for these neighborhoods. 

8 a.m. Saturday:

As of 8 a.m. HECO crews are still working to safely restore power to the Mililani Tech Park/Launani Valley area where about 1200 customers out of power. HECO crews will still need to inspect and repair lines in the Launani Valley area. Depending on the damage, it could take some time. Residents in the area should be prepared for an extended outage. 

Is your power out?  Call HECO's trouble line at 1-855-304-1212.


Hawaiian Electric crews are reporting 1,930 customers are without power in the Aina Hina area. There are also reports of two downed utility poles on Laukahi Street. 


Hawaiian Electric officials say power has been restored to all customers in Waialua. 


HECO crews are reporting 1,390 customers do not have power in the Kaneohe and Ahuimanu area. Crews are onsite and are working to restore power. 


Hawaiian Electric officials are reporting approximately 2,350 customers are without power in the Kaneohe area from Castle High to Aikahi. 410 customers remain without power in the Kahuku area. 


Hawaiian Electric Company is reporting that approximately 1500 customers are without power in the Hawaii Kai, Kailua, and Waimanalo areas, and 840 customers have lost power in the Waimea area on the North Shore of Oahu. 


Hawaiian Electric Company officials say power has been restored to all customers in the Wahiawa area. 

Original Story: 

Utility officials are reporting multiple outages across Oahu including the areas of Wahiawa and Waialua. 

Around 6 p.m. Friday evening, Hawaiian Electric company reported that approximately 1,840 customers were without power in the Waialua area, and 2,490 customers without power in Wahiawa. 

There were reports of an outage in the Maunawili Estates area where approximately 270 customers were affected, but power has since been restored. 

Crews are currently working to restore power to customers as quickly as possible. 

The island of Oahu is currently under a high wind warning, which will likely result in multiple outages throughout the evening. 

Hawaiian Electric Company is reminding customers to report any outages by calling 1-855-304-1212. 

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