Town of Albuquerque improves Wilson Park

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (KRQE) – PNM is making a donation to help the families of victims of the hot air balloon crash on Saturday. The electricity company was on site on Saturday after the gondola hit power lines and cut power in the area.

The company gives families $ 100,000 to use as needed. “Everyone at PNM was absolutely devastated by the tragic incident of Saturday ballooning,” said Pat Vincent-Collawn, chairman, president and CEO of PNM Resources, in a press release on Monday. “Often after a tragedy like this, people don’t know what to do, but they want to do something. PNM was also in this position. Many PNM employees are New Mexico native lifelong residents, and ballooning is part of the pride and joy of our state. On behalf of everyone at PNM, we express our deepest condolences to the families and each of us is there for you. “

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