OAKLAND -- All but 14 customers have had power restored to their homes after thousands were without power after a tree took down power lines, according to PG&E.

At about 6 p.m., a tree reportedly fell on three sets of power lines, causing outages to range from the Oakland Hills over to Highway 24 and from Highway 13 over to Skyline Boulevard, said PG&E spokesperson Jana Morris.

While PG&E initially reported that over 4,000 customers were affected, PG&E later reported that in fact only 1,500 customers were without power at the time the power lines went down.

PG&E crews only have 14 customers currently without power.

Morris said there is no estimated time of restoration.

It is unclear if the high winds caused the tree to fall over.

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