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A Con Edison emergency repair truck

Con Edison crews are scrambling to restore power to nearly 900 customers in Elmhurst who lost their electricity on Tuesday morning.

The power outage occurred at about 9:25 a.m. on Jan. 23 in an area generally bounded by 54th Avenue on the north; 57th Avenue on the south; 82nd Street on the west and 85th Street on the east.

According to Allan Drury of Con Edison, the utility dispatched a crew to investigate calls of the outage and found a number of overhead lines damaged. There’s no word yet on what caused it.

Con Edison hopes to have the lights back on in the affected area before 1:30 p.m. today, Drury added.

You can find out more information by viewing the Con Edison outage map.

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