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Glenwood crews work to restore power

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An electrical transformer near Yampah Spa went out around 8 p.m. Friday, knocking out electricity in parts of Glenwood Springs and extending to No Name.

Glenwood Springs utility crews hoped to have power restored by 10 p.m., Dave Reinhold with the Glenwood Springs Fire Department said.

City Manager Debra Figueroa said she wasn’t sure how extensive the outage was, but had been told it reached up Glenwood Canyon to No Name.

Power was out in parts of downtown, including the Post Independent office.


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