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The typhoon "Dzhebi" left without electricity three villages on Sakhalin - RIA Novosti, 9/5/2018


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YUZHNO-SAKHALINSK, 5 Sep – RIA Novosti. The typhoon "Dzhebi" which has fallen upon Sakhalin on Tuesday night left without electricity three settlements on the island, the press secretary of LLC Sakhalinenergo Margarita Татарова.© RIA Novosti / Vitaly Ankov has reported to RIA Novosti to Pass into an image bank the Typhoon "Dzhebi" has brought rains to Khabarovsk Krai "As of 08:50, damaged there are four power lines of 6-10 kV in villages of Tomarinsky, Uglegorsk and Aleksandrovsk-Sakhalin districts" — the interlocutor of the agency has explained. According to her information, now 156 members of repair crews and 59 pieces of equipment of energoholding work on restoration of the damaged power lines. "Still the day before, having received storm warning, in Sakhalinenergo high alert has been introduced, the guide is translated to the round-the-clock watch" — the press secretary has added.

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