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Power outage hits Summit, Salt Lake counties

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SALT LAKE CITY — Crews worked Monday morning to repair a power outage that left 70 percent of Park City without power at one point, according to police.

The outage affected Rocky Mountain Power customers in Summit and Salt Lake counties, those with ZIP codes 84049, 84060, 84098, and 84121.

According to the company's website, approximately 2,362 customers in Summit County were without power as of 10 a.m., down from 9,837 earlier. Power had been restored to all 1,400 customers in Salt Lake County.

The company expected electricity to be back on to all Summit County customers by 10 a.m.

The Rocky Mountain Power website listed transmission interruption as the cause of the outage.

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