ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Around Albuquerque, folks are still picking up the pieces from Friday's storm and so is the city.
A big clean-up is underway at Kit Carson Park in southwest Albuquerque. The park was hit hard by the storm knocking several branches down.
Most all of the parks around the city had some damage as well.
"Next week, we'll get most of the park areas set up that people can go back into them safely," said James Dunn, park management superintendent. "There are certain areas of the parks that they can go into right now. We just ask that people if they see caution tape please stay out of those areas."
Parks management says Hyder Park at 700 Richmond Dr. SE was one of the worst areas hit by the storm.
Outside parks, crews are also helping get rid of fallen trees and branches all over Albuquerque.
The ABQ BioPark Zoo reopened Sunday after the storm Friday night did enough damage during the summer concert series to shut it down Saturday.
The train isn't running yet, but guests were still able to enjoy the exhibits. And although broken tree branches were scattered all over the park, the elephant manager said the elephants are loving it and have been playing with the leaves and having their own buffet.
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