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22 settlements of Yakutia left without electricity

Power outage occurred on Tuesday in Vilyuisky and Verkhne-Vilyuisk districts of Yakutia, the press service of the regional department of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia reported today.

"In the morning of November 11, a message was received about the disconnection of the L-104 kV Suntar-Vilyuysk line. The length of the line is 397 km. In total, 22 settlements fell under the disconnection," the message says.

It explains that all residents are connected to backup power sources. There are no thawed objects.

The cause of the shutdown is still unknown. Two emergency brigades of power engineers from Nyurba and Verkhnevilyuysk are engaged in the inspection of the line.

The number of people who do not have electricity is not specified.

The air temperature outside the window in Yakutia is 31 degree below zero.

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