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New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez released a statement Friday updating the status of the state’s natural gas crisis. She said that while the state is still dealing with natural gas shortages, a process is underway for restoring supplies and service to affected communities.
“Thanks to the generosity of our fellow New Mexicans, only 27 people were forced to stay in emergency shelters statewide last night, even though roughly 32,000 of us were without natural gas service,” Martinez said. “Earlier today, I spoke with officials at the New Mexico Gas Company, who told me natural gas should be restored in the communities of Alamogordo, La Luz, Tularosa, Red River, and Questa by the end of today.”
Officials also said that they are beginning the process of returning gas supplies to Bernalillo, Placitas, Taos and Española and will work through the weekend to restore services to those communities.
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