It may be two hours until power is fully restored in the area near Green and Washington streets, an NSTAR worker said. A neighbor reported a manhole explosion on Tuesday morning. @02130News manhole cover explosion on lower part of Green St. By Wash.— ParksideNeighnorhood (@Parksidejp) October 7, 2014
NSTAR reports that an underground cable failed a little before 9:30 a.m. At first, about 400 customers lost power, said Rhiannon D'Angelo, media spokesperson for NSTAR. Within two hours, NSTAR returned power to about 300 of those customers, she said.
If you saw a great deal of police activity around Green and Amory streets on Monday about 7 p.m., here's what we know so far. According to State Police, a 21-year-old woman from a suburb south of Boston was found unconscious by the bike path near Green Street Station. She was only partially clothed, according to David Procopio, spokesperson for the State Police. The woman was taken to Brigham & Women's Hospital. She went in and out of consciousness, but State Police detectives say she had no "obvious external trauma" and couldn't remember what happened before she was found.
Each weekday we post a random image from around the neighborhood. I'm always interested in the shapes and shadows from these types of roof supports. You see them at several T stations, including Green Street. The other photos you'll see if you flip through the gallery are from the Jamaica Plain News photo pool on Flickr. I know JP is stocked with good photographers, so please add your photos there if you'd like to share them.
Each weekday we'll post a random image from our travels around the neighborhood. If you have a photo to nominate, email me at chris@jamaicaplainnews or tag a picture on Twitter with @02130News and I'll know it's fair game for "Photo of the Day."
The bike rental network Hubway, which finally reached bike-crazed JP just last fall, is gearing up for a new season. Rental stations (sans bikes) are already in place outside the Green Street and Jackson Square T stations. Other JP stations are expected to include one at the post office, the Monument, Hyde Square (Barbara and Centre) and Egleston (Atherton and Washington). Hubway says it expects its stations to be fully operational in a few weeks. There has been talk of moving the Monument station to the Curtis Hall parking lot.