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The original item was published from 4/20/2022 2:16:46 PM to 6/21/2022 12:00:03 AM.

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Posted on: April 20, 2022

[ARCHIVED] APS Begins Some Power Restoration In Tunnel Fire Area

APS Begins Some Power Restoration In Tunnel Fire Area – 1:45 p.m., 4/20/2022

At the start of the Tunnel Fire, APS de-energized customers from Campbell Avenue north to Gray Mountain to protect the safety of first responders and the community. Earlier today, APS employees were able to begin damage assessment and power restoration in some areas impacted by the Tunnel Fire. Some customers will begin receiving alerts that power has been restored to their home or business. 

 IT IS IMPORTANT TO KNOW that if you receive an alert about your power being restored it does not mean you are able to return to the area. 

 Closures and evacuations are managed by the Coconino County Sheriff’s Department, which will provide the official notification of any change in evacuation status.

 For more information and updates about the power outage, please visit 

For the latest on the fire, please visit the Coconino County website,

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