PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Crews worked to turn power back on for thousands across North Portland early Tuesday morning.

As of 8 a.m., Portland General Electric is not listing any outages in the metro area. Earlier in the morning, the utility company was reporting more than 5,400 North Portlanders were in the dark.

The largest outage in North Portland, which was reported at 7:30 p.m. Monday, left about 5,400 PGE customers without power. PGE blamed an equipment issue for that outage that impacted those located between the Willamette River and Bybee Lake. That outage has since been restored.

Power was also knocked out for about 150 Portlanders living near McKenna Park, but PGE said that’s no longer an issue.

Pacific Power is only listing two outages, while Clark Public Utilities is not reporting any.