The lights went out Sunday afternoon in a swath of Napa on both sides of Highway 29, according to Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
An outage struck 2,768 customers at about 12:45 p.m., a spokesperson for the utility said. Online PG&E maps indicated service was lost in a roughly rectangular area north of First Street that included West Lincoln and Soscol avenues, and included the First and Third street bridges downtown.
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The cause of the power failure was not immediately announced.
PG&E announced it expected to restore service within 2 1/2 hours but power came back online earlier in some areas.