UPDATED Sunday at 5:42am: Just got word from our Dear Friend Kelly Snelgrove the power went back on about 1:30am! PTL!
UPDATED Saturday at 7:10pm: The latest from the Central New Mexico Electric website is power should be restored sometime this evening.
Please contact me if you live in the area and give me an update please……..
We are praying for all!
My friend Brian of Horizon Small Engine Repair has sold generators today and repaired some. He is located just outside of Edgewood, he has power. Many are concerned about their food spoiling.

KOB TV Reported this morning:

Many residents in the town of Edgewood are still waiting for power to be restored after weather caused at least 14 utility poles to fall Friday afternoon, causing an outage for at least 6,300 residents in the community and surrounding area.

Others areas impacted include portions of Sandia Park, Sandia Knolls and Moriarty.


Power was expected to be on by noon, but we just checked with FGGAM friends in the Edgewood area and they have no power at this time, 4:33pm Saturday.
Here is a Facebook post from Edgewood Mayor John Bassett……..
John Bassett Mayor of Edgewood

18 hours ago

For those in the Edgewood area and points to the north and west affected by the power outage, there is good and bad news. The good: The problem areas have been identified and Tri-State has sent in extra crews. The bad news: mud is slowing the repair effort. Most of the affected customers won’t have power before tomorrow.

I stopped to talk to one repair crew on my way back from Santa Fe this afternoon. It appears that a microburst took down approx. 6 poles on East Dinkle near Bassett Road. North of that location, the wind carried an outbuilding into other poles leading to the substation on East Venus.

Several people in Edgewood saw what appeared to be a small funnel/wall cloud moving that direction shortly before the power outage.

Power out in Edgewood | News | mvtelegraph.com


20 hours ago – A line of poles were snapped along Dinkle Road between NM 344 and Martin Road. … The storm that swept through the area this afternoon apparently caused a major outage for Edgewood, Stanley and other areas served by the Central New Mexico Electric Coop. Multiple electric pools on …

KOB 4 – BREAKING: Power outage in E. Mountain – cause… | Facebook


BREAKING: Power outage in E. Mountain – cause unknown: The Central New Mexico Electric Co-op confirms power outages in Edgewood, Sandia Park, Sandia …

Current Outages at Central New Mexico Electric Cooperative


County, # Out, # Served, % Out. Santa Fe, 4085, 4921, 83.01%. Torrance, 375, 9426, 3.98%. Bernalillo, 1868, 2113, 88.41%. Lincoln, 1, 620, 0.16%. Sandoval …

Central New Mexico Electric Cooperative, Inc. – Home


… four-state area receiving power from Tri-State Generation and Transmission, headquartered … Billing History, Pay your Bill, Compare Usage, or see Outages!

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