In N Out, Other Businesses Shut Down Early After Scheduled Outage

A brief, but planned power outage darkened In N Out and other businesses in the Glendora Marketplace Tuesday, February 9. Photo by Aaron Castrejon.

UPDATE, 11:16 p.m.: David Song from Southern California Edison was able to confirm that the outage affecting the Marketplace is related to scheduled maintenance, not repair work

PREVIOUS: Scheduled maintenance work has forced some of the Glendora Marketplace businesses to close early Tuesday night.

In N Out, Wendy’s, Baja Fresh, Capriotti’s and other businesses along Lone Hill Avenue appear to be affected by the brief outage.

According to the Glendora city website, the outage was scheduled to begin at 10 p.m., lasting through 6 a.m. February 10, with the outage centered north of Gladstone Street east of Lone Hill Avenue. Approximately 18 businesses are scheduled to be affected.

A brief, but planned power outage darkened In N Out and other businesses in the Glendora Marketplace Tuesday, February 9. Photo by Aaron Castrejon.

According to the In N Out corporate offices, a brief power outage affected the restaurant a little after 9 p.m. In N Out decided to not reopen its doors the rest of Tuesday night.

A few customers were seen driving from the In N Out lot, while the drive thru was blocked off with yellow cones. A few hungry drivers entered the lot only to find the restaurant closed, while employees filed out en masse.

Southern California Edison crews were busy lining up cones and equipment along the eastbound lanes of Gladstone Street east and west of Lone Hill.

Southern California Edison has yet to return phone calls for more information.

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