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Cyclone damaged the energy supply on the south of Sakhalin
23.06.2009 14:11
Cyclone damaged the energy supply on the south of Sakhalin

A cyclone, which came to Sakhalin on Tuesday, June 23, 2009, caused some damages in the energy supply systems in the suburbs of the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Among them are Lugovoe, Novoalexandrovsk, Khomutovo, big villages Dalnee and Elochki and partly Korsakovo. More than 4 thousands habitants of the island were left without power supply.
      Furthermore a fallen tree in the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk has seriously damaged the power transmission line. The power supply was broken in the apartment buildings of the city. The repairs are going on; the most places are already connected to the fallback circuit.
      According to the meteorologists, the heavy rains are awaited in the region this night.


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