A nearly one-hour long power outage at Reston Town Center was caused by an unidentified construction incident.
According to a press release, Boston Properties, HITT Contracting and subcontractors “followed protocol and took the proper steps as required by Dominion Virginia Power and Miss Utility prior to performing any work.”
A full review of the incident is ongoing. No other information was immediately available.
Here’s a roundup from social media:
We'd never want to keep you in the dark, but…the power is out at Reston Town Center and our phones are down! Thank you for your understanding while we get back up and running. @RestonTwnCenter pic.twitter.com/scSoFnjpA3
— Mon Ami Gabi (@MonAmiReston) March 29, 2018
NOTICE (3/29): We have a experienced a power outage that has impacted the entire Reston Town Center. As soon as we have an update regarding when power will be restored we will share the information. Apologies for any inconvenience!
— Reston Town Center (@RestonTwnCenter) March 29, 2018
This has been updated.
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