Nevada primaveral en Colorado deja 210.000 casas sin luz

Una tormenta primaveral en Colorado deja varios centímetros de nieve en el área de Denver y a unos 210.000 clientes sin luz, informan las autoridades

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Una tormenta primaveral en Colorado dejó el sábado a varios centímetros de nieve en el área de Denver y a unos 210.000 clientes sin luz, informaron las autoridades.

La nieve húmeda venció las ramas de los árboles, que cayeron sobre el tendido eléctrico, informó la cadena de televisión KUSA. En la región montañosa de Colorado cayó mucha más nieve.

Para la noche del sábado, unos 160.000 clientes habían recuperado el servicio eléctrico, pero aún quedaban otros 50.000 sin luz, informó Xcel Energy Colorado en un comunicado.

La pequeña comunidad de Cripple Creek, cerca de la base Pike's Peak recibió unos 51 centímetros (20 pulgadas) de nieve, reportó KUSA.

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