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Emergencies and Extreme Weather

Updated Sunday, Aug. 30, 12:45 p.m.

Strong winds with rain caused trees and limbs to fall in many locations in Bellevue on Saturday,causing power outages. City crews have responded and cleared away the debris.

1 road reopened; 1 remains closed: West Lake Sammamish Parkway has been reopened after workers attended to trees that had fallen on power lines Saturday and snapped power poles. However, SE 34th Street, from 166th Place SE to West Lake Sammamish Parkway, remains closed. It is expected to reopen in the next 24 hours.

Traffic signals reminder: Treat dark traffic signals as four-way stops

Wind/Power Outages: Puget Sound Energy provides electrical power to homes and businesses in Bellevue. Call PSE at 1-888-225-5773 to report a power outage. It may be quicker to leave information on PSE's automated phone system. Their service personnel will be notified, and the system provides updates to specific addresses. Updated information is also available at Puget Sound Energy if you have access to a working internet connection.

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