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Power engineers of Primorye switched to enhanced readiness mode

Power engineers of Primorye switched to enhanced readiness mode
Photo: press service of the Vladivostok administration


Due to the worsening weather, the specialists of Primorsk Electric Networks (a branch of JSC "DRSK", part of the RusHydro group) took up a round-the-clock duty. Heavy rainfall is expected in the region.

According to the press service of JSC "DRSK" for the next 48 hours, all subdivisions of the Primorsky electrical networks are transferred to the high alert mode. This means that both maintenance and operational and administrative personnel will be constantly at their workplaces. If necessary, emergency teams will promptly move forward to eliminate breaks and restore power supply.

In the next few hours, rainfall in the form of wet snow and gusts of wind up to 20 m / s are expected in most of the Primorsky Territory. In such conditions, cable breaks are possible, therefore, residents of Primorye are asked to be especially careful when they are near the poles of power lines.

Power outages and noticed damages can be reported by calling the single contact center of the DRSK - 8-800-1000-397.

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