SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Almost one hundred,000 discovered themselves at midnight Friday morning when an enormous energy outage hit San Francisco.
At round 9 a.m., the collection of energy outage started affecting a number of elements of the town together with the Monetary District to the Marina.
The Montgomery BART station closed down. Visitors lights stopped working. Muni buses have been at a standstill.
As regular, individuals took to twitter to vent their frustration and confusion:
San Francisco proper now. #poweroutage pic.twitter.com/IzqkgkEmF8
— Vanessa Demske (@vdemske) April 21, 2017
When it seems to be like the facility is out in your complete metropolis, and also you begin to really feel just a little nervous. #poweroutage #SanFrancisco pic.twitter.com/U72CaapoYM
— Meta Jane ♥️ (@metajane) April 21, 2017
The facility is out in additional than half of San Francisco. I’m right here for the Zombie Apocalypse. pic.twitter.com/lK4u9Yu8b3
— 🐺 (@Raph4real) April 21, 2017
Energy’s out for an enormous chunk of San Francisco. What’s going on? Is that this the apocalypse?
— Jeremy (@earthtojeremiah) April 21, 2017
Energy is out in an enormous space of San Francisco. If that is the apocalypse it’s beginning on such a stunning day! pic.twitter.com/TvbWqUe8jt
— Olivia Grace (@oliviadgrace) April 21, 2017
UPDATES: Large San Francisco Energy Outage
Energy is out throughout San Francisco! However extra importantly…STARBUCKS IS CLOSED!!!#INeedCoffee #ThisIsTheEnd #GoodByeCruelWorld. 😭 pic.twitter.com/H4dGshK2mk
— Mindi (@Mindi949) April 21, 2017
It’s superb how even simply 20 minutes of an influence outage in #SanFrancisco appears to drive individuals loopy think about three days. #EmergencyPreparedness
— Maryam (@caracaleo) April 21, 2017
So does this occur typically? #sanfrancisco #poweroutage
— Daniel Hare (@DanielHare) April 21, 2017
Large #poweroutage brings darkness to #SanFrancisco 😕
— Jinsheng He (@he_jinsheng) April 21, 2017
Energy outage in #SanFrancisco. In different nations this goes on perpetually. pic.twitter.com/nVcZMb8Zpb
— Omar Moore (@popcornreel) April 21, 2017