The series of February storms brought historic and devastating damage to our communities. This gallery provides a snapshot of the storm damage and our work to restore power to all customers as quickly as safety allows.
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PGE and additional crews work to restore multiple poles near West Linn.
Crews coordinating to repair storm damage.
Crews work through the night to get power restored.Download
Crews work to keep power lines from falling on to Interstate 84. Thanks to our partners at ODOT and PBOT, for helping to keep everyone safe.
PGE crews clean up a fallen pole and transformer.
Crews work to restore lines in West Linn. Thanks to our partners and the West Linn police department for keeping our crews safe.
Flaggers prepare for crews to come and fix leaning poles in Silverton.
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A pole lies between residential houses in Salem.
Downed wires and trees line a road in Silverton.
A downed pole and wires partially blocks a road in Salem.
A pole broken in half in a residential yard in Salem.
Broken poles in Mt. Angel, Oregon.
A pole lying on a home in Portland.
Broken poles and wires lie on residential streets.
Broken pole with downed transformer and wires lies in rural Oregon.
Broken pole and downed wires in Silverton.
Clean-up of one of the many trees that fell and took out our equipment.
A pole leans in Oregon City.
Downed lines pull on a pole in Oregon City.
A wire blocking the road is tagged in Turner.
A broken cross arm on an electrical pole in Oregon City.
A pole is broken in half at a PGE facility.
A pole came crashing down and blocked a road in Canby.
A transformer hangs on a pole.
Downed wires, pole and transformer block a neighborhood residence.