Power was restored at 1:12 a.m. Friday to 150 customers who lost electricity from a downed wire, a spokesman said.
The cause for the downed wire was never determined, he told Patch.
Updated at 10:25 p.m.:
Power to customers was not expected to be restored until at least 2 a.m., an SCE information officer told Patch Thursday night.
Crews were still at the scene, working to restore the power, Pitter-Bruce told Patch.
A downed wire in Hermosa Beach cut power to 150 customers Thursday evening and there was no estimated restoration time.
The outage was reported at 5:51 p.m., according to Southern California Edison spokesperson Lois Pitter-Bruce.
Crews were on scene and making repairs, at the same time trying to reroute service to those affected customers, Pitter-Bruce told Patch in a telephone interview.
The boundaries for the outage are Sunset Drive on the east; Bay View Drive on the west; 18th Street on the north and 14th Street on the south.
Pitter-Bruce could not say what caused the downed wire.