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Rescue workers in Albuquerque, New Mexico, began an operation at least 2 a.m. Saturday to rescue at least 20 people trapped in an aerial tram car on the Sandia Peak Tramway. Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office And local average,

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abc news affiliate koati Told that the car got stuck due to icy conditions.

The general manager of the tramway told the outlet that everyone on board is in good condition and has water and blankets.

According to the company’s alert on Saturday Website Both the trams and restaurants atop Sandia Peak are closed due to the weather, especially strong winds.

According to Facebook, the Sheriff’s Office’s Metro Air Support was assisting with the evacuation efforts. live stream by the office, and they plan to evacuate people in groups of 2-4.

Albuquerque Journal Told that by noon two groups of four had landed on the base.

This is a developing story and will be updated in due course.

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