With the temperatures high on Saturday, one transformer was not up to the challenge and knocked a Burbank neighborhood into darkness Saturday evening. The Burbank Fire Dept. reported that they rolled on a report of a blown transformer in the area of Florence and Clark and found that the both Florence and Niagara had a power outage between Clark and Verdugo. Burbank Water and Power were called to the scene and hoped to have the power restored within a couple of hours.
April 6, 2020
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