Bill Luther of Entergy said, “Trees are falling faster then we can get the customers lights back on.” Dozens of Entergy crews from across the state have been called in to El Dorado to get lights back on - and in a hurry. Luther showed NBC 10 the amount of calls that came in to Entergy since 9 A.M. Friday morning “There are still approximately 71 customers without lights in El Dorado.” But theres no guarantee the lights will stay on, once power is restored And Entergy had almost restored the power to the whole city that is, until a tree fell, blocked Champagnolle road and then 900 power customers were left in the dark. Shortly after another tree fell in Junction City leaving another 900 customers in the dark. “Extensive damage is due to the rain—two factors, rain and high wind- winds up to 70 MPG the amount of rain we’ve had over the past few months have loosened the roots to the trees.” And some people like Laura Smith’s family haven’t had power since Friday. Smith said, “It was cold in the house, put some extra blankets on. We’ve made the best of what we have; we don’t have a tree over the house. There are so many people with big huge trees on their house or cars.” Luther said, “We ask for patience. If the customer doesn’t have lights, we haven’t forgotten about them. Our utmost goal is to get the lights back on and that’s what these guys live for. Entergy says it does have power restored to *most* areas this evening. However, if youre an Entergy customer and youre still in the dark, call 1-800-9-OUTAGE.