DENVER (CBS4) – Xcel Energy says around 30,000 customers had their power knocked out at around 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Company officials say power should be restored by around 9:40 p.m., if not sooner. Some customers started reporting their power was restored at around 9 p.m.

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Xcel crews say there is a problem at the Harrison Substation and crews were deployed.

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Xcel says the outage started at the same station where a previous outage stemmed from. Debris blown into the substation was to blame. An investigation is underway into Tuesday night’s outage.

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Customers throughout the Denver area including the Park Hill, East Colfax, Cheesman neighborhoods and along Interstate 225 reported power outages.

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LINK: Xcel Energy Outage Map