Power goes out at UCSD

Photos from the UCSD website show Pepper Canyon Hall in 2007.


A power outage at UCSD was affecting the entire campus early Friday evening, a campus police spokeswoman said.

At 5:30 p.m., firefighters were rescuing someone caught in an elevator at Pepper Canyon Hall, 44,418-square-foot office building on the Sixth College Campus, she said. The building also houses some classroom spaces.

The cause of the outage had not been determined and there was no estimated time for when power would be restored.

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