Storm cleanup continues at condos, resident meeting scheduled
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Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Many residents around the Las Vegas Valley are still feeling the effects of Friday's storm that brought down trees and power lines.
That includes residents at Atrium Gardens Condominiums, near Pecos and Bonanza Roads.
Quite a few of the residents there were displaced after the big storm caused trees to fall onto homes and cars.
Some of the condos still don't have electricity and gas this morning and that means the owners of the condos have been forced to stay with family and friends or at local hotels.
Southwest Gas said it can't repair some of the gas lines that were damaged until all of the debris is removed and the cleanup hasn't been easy so far.
Several of the resident's vehicles were also damaged and there is still some confusion about what is covered by insurance and what is not. There is also confusion about the when life at the complex will return to normal.
A meeting to discuss those issues will take place at 9 a.m. Monday morning for the condo owners at Desert Pines High School.
The American Red Cross set up a shelter for the evacuated residents at Desert Pines during the storm.