CFE restores electricity service to 99% of the 1.4 million users affected by the earthquake

The Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) reported that the electrical service of the 99% of the 1.4 million affected users by the magnitude 7.7 tremor that was recorded this Monday, with an epicenter in Coalcomán, Michoacán.

In a statement, he announced that his staff carried out work to recover the energy supply in the Mexico City, State of Mexico, Michoacán, Colima and Jalisco.

According to figures released by the CFE:

In the Mexico City were affected 572 thousand 663 users and the service has been restored in its entirety.

The State of Mexico had 335 thousand 938 affected userss and the supply is already working normally.

In Michoacán, 191 thousand 442 users were affected and service has been restored to 92%.

Colima registered 233 thousand 784 affected users and the supply has been restored to 99%.

In the case of Jalisco, where 72 thousand 55 users were affected, The service is now working normally.

The CFE recalled that the affected users represent the 10% compared to the 14.6 million total users in these states and Mexico City.

For emergency care, there was 1,050 electricians, 373 cranes and 301 vehicles. The institution assured that “with all the security measures, the staff will continue the restoration work until reaching all the affected users.”

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