ARVADA, Colo. — Crews have restored power after thousands of people lost electrical service in Arvada Sunday.
Arvada Police said in a tweet that a utility box was struck in the 7100-block of Wadsworth Boulevard following a crash. Police said the power outage in the northwest section of Arvada was related.
According to the Xcel Energy outage map, the loss of power began around 5:56 p.m. and impacted more than 3,400 customers. The outage was centered near Westminster and Arvada, the Xcel website said. Power was restored Sunday night.
Customers can stay informed by visiting the Xcel Energy website or by downloading the mobile app available on iOS and Android. Additionally, the website hosts an outage map that displays information on the number of customers out and the anticipated time for restoration.
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