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Power restored for all customers in Salt Lake County

A Rocky Mountain Power employee works on power lines in Utah in 2013. The company said it is investigating the cause of an outage in Salt Lake County Sunday. (Ravell Call, Deseret News)

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS — Power has been restored for all Rocky Mountain Power customers in Salt Lake County after more than 20,000 customers lost power on Sunday afternoon.

The outage, which was first reported just before 3:30 p.m., affected about 22,455 customers in the Metro-Jordan Valley area, the company tweeted. Rocky Mountain Power said the outages are impacting customers in Cottonwood Heights, Murray, Holladay and Millcreek.

The outage was caused by a damage line, according to a company tweet.

Contributing: Lisi Merkley

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