Utility: Cable problem knocks out power to 5,800 homes

Utility: Cable problem knocks out power to 5,800 homes

GOOSE CREEK, SC (WCSC) - Berkeley Electric Cooperative says they're re-routing power to 5,851 customers that were left in the dark Monday morning.

The utility's website reported 5,851 power outages near Mount Holly in Goose Creek around 11:00 a.m.

Micah Ponce, the spokesperson for Berkeley Electric Cooperative, says crews are fixing a problem with an underground primary cable they believe caused the outage.

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