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Severe monsoon storms leave Ina & Shannon closed through the weekend

Thousands without power across Pima County on Friday night
Power line falls across road
TEP outage map
Posted at 4:45 PM, Jul 05, 2024


The Ina and Shannon intersection is still closed Monday as crews continue to work on the power lines.

KGUN 9's Jacqueline Aguilar will have a full update in our evening newscast.

UPDATED: 9:20 p.m.

According to TEP, the intersection of North Shannon and West Ina roads will remain closed through the weekend after powerful thunderstorm winds blew down or damaged at least 14 power poles in the area Friday afternoon.

TEP field crews will work through the weekend to remove damaged equipment and to work on repairs.

This work will require the closure of Ina road between North Camino De La Tierra and North Mona Lisa Road.

TEP expects some traffic restrictions will remain in place for about a week until repair work is completed.

At least 4,800 customers were left without power as a result of the storm, which damaged about two dozen power poles throughout the Tucson area.

About 550 customers remain without service at this time.

TEP anticipates service will be restored to most customers by tomorrow morning.

UPDATED: 5:20 p.m.
The Pima County Sheriff's Department says downed power lines closed West Ina Road near North Shannon Road.

According to PCSD, multiple power lines fell across the roadway during Friday evening's Monsoon storms.

Power line falls across road
Power line falls across road

Ina Road is closed in all directions between North Camino De La Tierra and North Mona Lisa Road. PCSD is asking Drivers to avoid the area.

PCSD says Tucson Electric Power is working to remove the fallen lines.

Deputies say if you encounter a downed power line, stay at least 30 feet away at all times.

According to the TEP Outage Map, the power has been restored to around 1,300 customers near Shannon Road from Ina Road to West Magee Road. Just over 2,000 customers are still without power in that area.

According to TEP, about 4,550 customers are still without power across Tucson.

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Thousands are without power across Tucson, Friday evening.

According to the TEP Outage Map, nearly 6,000 customers are without power.

About 4,800 of those customers without power span from West Tucson all the way to Oro Valley.

Another 1,098 customers without power are in the Rita Ranch area.

KGUN 9 will continue to monitor the Outages and bring you the latest information on air and online.