The internet outage started Sunday night and continued through Monday evening.
A “trash cabinet” pilot program funded by the city and local businesses aims to neaten downtown by locking up trash bins.
Trees blew over across the city, knocking down power lines and falling on at least three homes, amid winds that topped 60 mph in the hills.
A tree knocked down a power line near Clark Kerr campus and another fell across University Avenue, blocking access to the marina. More than 10,000 PG&E customers in and around Berkeley have been affected.
The man was hospitalized with second- and third-degree burns over most of his body. Two bystanders who tried to put out the fire were also injured.
About 6,000 structures across Berkeley are vulnerable, the city says.
The storm dropped more than 2 inches of rain on Berkeley and caused creeks to rise over a foot.
A 10-day “Pineapple Express” is expected to cause flooding, debris flows, downed trees, and other hazards in Berkeley.
Streets have turned to pools of water throughout the city, especially in West Berkeley. People are advised not to travel.
The person was struck around Carleton Street at about 4 p.m.
Three people were hospitalized for smoke inhalation with “mild to moderate” injuries, according to Berkeley Fire.
Two fires were reported in Albany Sunday afternoon. A security guard told police a Berkeley woman may have set one of them.