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Electricity restored for over 3,000 in northeast El Paso who experienced weather-related outage

Over 3,000 El Paso Electric customers on the city’s northeast side were without power at one point Monday night due to an apparent weather-related outage.

Utility crews worked in the 10400 block of Dyer Street to make repairs to fix the problem.

The outage involving 3,195 customers was reported just after 8 p.m.; about 90 minutes later that number was cut to 1,500. Just after 11:30 p.m., the utility said power had been restored to all those impacted.

#UPDATE at 11:42PM: Power has been restored to ALL customers in Northeast El Paso impacted by the power outage.

— El Paso Electric (@ElPasoElectric) October 1, 2019
Power Outage #UPDATE: 1,500 customers impacted by the outage in the northeast have had their power restored. #EPElectric crews working to make repairs in order to restore power to the remaining 1,500 customers as quickly and safely as possible. Use your MyEPE App to stay updated.

— El Paso Electric (@ElPasoElectric) October 1, 2019

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