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Xcel has restored power to all areas affected by outage

Amarillo, TX - A major power outage in the Amarillo area had more than 8,000 residents without power. 

A spokesperson for Xcel Energy tells us a sub-station in Randall County failed around 11:00 Thursday morning, causing the outage.  

The downed sub-station supplied power to parts of southeast Amarillo, and also feeds power to Tulia, Happy, Borger and McLean.

Power was restored to all areas by 1:08 Thursday afternoon.





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