A truck pulled down utility lines Wednesday at Cerrillos Road and Richards Avenue, knocking out Xfinity internet service for many people in Santa Fe and Los Alamos.

Service went down around 12:30 p.m. for customers in Santa Fe and Los Alamos, spokeswoman Julianne Phares of Comcast, Xfinity’s parent company, said in an email. As of Wednesday night, many people were still without internet, and the company said it might be early Thursday morning before some people see service restored.

“Crews continue to work nonstop on the repair,” Phares wrote. “Our estimated time of restoration for all customers is 2 a.m.”

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