[UPDATE: Tuesday] Suddenlink Outage in Humboldt County

Multiple readers are reporting they are unable to access Suddenlink in the Rio Dell and Scotia area. This outage appears to have begun about 9:30 this morning. Down Detector’s map shows there are problems in the Eureka area. We’re attempting to get more information.

Down Detector's map of the Suddenlink outages. [See here for their latest map]

Down Detector’s map of the Suddenlink outages. [See here for their latest map]

UPDATE: Online scanner traffic is down for Humboldt.

UPDATE 1:15 p.m.: According to a Suddenlink service technician, “We’re working on a broken fiber cable.” However, they don’t as yet have the cause of the break nor an estimated time for the outage to be fixed.

UPDATE 4:40 p.m.: According to Suddenlink’s tweet to California Senator Mike McGuire,

During a storm, a fallen tree took down utility lines, including our fiber lines. We are working in coordination with the power company crews, who must restore service before our technicians can safely complete our portion of the restoration.

 
UPDATE Tuesday: Suddenlink has repaired their cable and customers should be able to access their services. The Lost Coast Outpost has more information here.

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