Released Monday, July 9, 2018|9:58 p.m.
Updated 21 minutes ago
About 40,000 NV Energy consumers lacked service Monday night as a thunderstorm ripped through the valley, inning accordance with the company’s website.
As of 10:47 p.m., 41,710 Las Vegas-area consumers lacked power, inning accordance with the NV Energy Interruption Center.
The website lists a number of parts of the valley being affected, consisting of Spring Valley, Henderson, and the eastern, main and southern parts of the valley.
A severe thunderstorm caution was released Monday night for the majority of the valley.
City Police representative Larry Hadfield in a statement motivated drivers to be cautious of intersections where the power is out and that they ought to come to a total stop prior to continuing.
He also stated they should not cross streets or intersections that have water hurrying through them.