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    ELB Power Outage Affected Clark/Wardlow Area & Periphery Near Airport (Gulfstream + Airport Parking/Rental Car Areas); Airport Terminal & Airlines Continued Operating, Some On Backup Power

    (November 19, 2003, updated 9:50 p.m. from several advisories) -- Southern California Edison says its crews were working in the area of Clark Ave. and Wardlow Rd. when a power outage originating underground hit at about 5:41 p.m.

    Some details are still sketchy. Edison says about 700 customers were affected.

    Edison says that as of 9:50 p.m., power was basically restored except for the Gulfstream facility which still remained affected. Edison said its crews would work through the night to complete repairs.

    At about 6:40 p.m., LB Airport told that the outage had affected parking/rental car areas but the Airport Terminal and Airline areas were at that time operating, some apparently on backup power.

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