Many people get stuck in a Santia Peak tram car overnight in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Authorities say at least 20 people have been trapped on the tramway since 2 p.m.

Authorities say at least 20 people were trapped overnight in a tram car on the Santia Peak tramway in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office said Saturday that the tram car had been parked since 2 a.m. due to fog in the area.

Are recovery efforts Currently underway. The sheriff’s office said two to four people were being evacuated simultaneously by helicopter.

Representatives from the Metro Air Support and Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office were at the scene.

Said Sandia Peak Tramway General Manager Michael Donovan KOAT, a subsidiary of ABC Albuquerque All passengers are in good condition and the tram car has water and blankets.

There is the Santia Peak Tramway Closed Saturday Due to high winds, the company said.

The tram ride usually takes 15 minutes to the top of the Sandia Mountains and 15 minutes back to the lower terminal.

This is a growing story. Check back for updates.

Joshua Hoyos of ABC News contributed to this report.

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