A transmission line was repaired Monday after flooding damaged parts of the line in the Sierra foothills near Los Angeles.
The repair was completed in just over 24 hours.
It was one of several in California that took about a month to complete.
At the time of the damage, more than 400,000 people were still without power.
The Sierra National Forest Authority reported about $1.3 million worth of repairs to the transmission lines that carry power to Los Angeles and Ventura counties.