possibly separate the SuperDome from everything else.
The have their own feed...actually, they have two feeds dedicated to them.
Entergy/SMG said there was "a piece of equipment that is designed to monitor electrical load, sensed an abnormality in the system". Basically, there was a piece of equipment that saw a problem (they are usually sensing under-voltage or under-frequency), and it tripped a breaker on that feed. We'll never know the exact problem, but someone is in trouble this morning.
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