Updated 3:30 p.m.: Power is back on for more than 3,000 homes and businesses in Loyal Heights, Crown Hill and Blue Ridge. The power went out about 1:50 p.m. today after trees fell on a power line. The general boundaries of the outage were NW 113th St. on the north, NW 65th Street on the south, Greenwood Ave. N. on the east, and Earl Ave. N. on the west. While some customers within this area still had power, we asked Mike Eagan to explain. The boundaries are “determined by which “feeder” line is out — think of it as an arterial street with multiple lines running off of it down side streets. Since the feeders serve routes that don’t have regular boundaries (boxes or squares), we can only give the outer-most limits, thus including everyone affected plus many who are not,” he says.