Power restored for Capitol Hill residents after circuit breaker problem

WASHINGTON – Power is back on for nearly all residents in the Capitol Hill area of D.C. Monday night.

PEPCO says it was working to repair a problem with a circuit breaker earlier in the night.

The outage started just before 8 p.m., and impacted people living in the area between the Supreme Court and Lincoln Park along East Capitol Street.

According to PEPCO’s website, about 51 customers were without power as of 11:25 p.m.

PEPCO estimates power will be full restored around 12 a.m.

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