Con Edison still does not know why a large part of Manhattan's West Side ran out of power for much of Saturday night.
In a statement published Sunday morning, the power company said it will "carry out a diligent and energetic investigation to determine the root cause of the incident," according to the statement. New York Post.
"Over the next few days and weeks, our engineers and planners will carefully examine the data and equipment performance badociated with this event, and share our findings with regulators and the public," the statement continues.
The blackout stranded on subway trains forced the evacuation of Madison Square Garden and led to the cancellation of Broadway shows. The area without electricity affected some 40,000 Con Edison customers, and it extended from West 30th Street to West 72nd Street, from the Hudson River to 5th Avenue.
The power outage marks 42 years since the 1977 blackout, which left millions of people in New York City without power for almost two days.