WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) – Residents across the Navajo Nation were left without power Wednesday after a storm with strong winds moved across the region. Navajo Tribal Utilities Authority spokeswoman Deenise Becenti said the power outage affected at least 10,000 homes. Wind knocked down power lines in Shiprock in the New Mexico portion of the reserve. A piece of metal flew out of the building and hit the power lines in Kayenta. Becenti said crews had been dispatched, but there was no time estimate for when power would return. The Arizona Public Service Company also experienced an outage affecting the Navajo communities near Winslow and the Hopi reservation.
https://kesq.com/news/ap-california/2021/12/15/storm-knocks-out-power-to-thousands-of-homes-on-navajo-hopi/ Storm destroys thousands of homes in Navajo, Hopi