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Παρασκευή, Δεκεμβρίου 21, 2012
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By David Sheppard and Scott DiSavino NEW YORK (Reuters) - More than 8.1 million U.S. homes and businesses were without power on Tuesday after Hurricane Sandy tore down power lines, flooded electrical networks and sparked an explosion at a Consolidated Edison substation on Manhattan's East River. About a quarter of New York City's homes and businesses were without power 15 hours after Hurricane Sandy roared ashore accompanied by a nearly 14-foot (4.2-metre) tidal surge that flooded empty subway and highway tunnels. Con Edison warned parts of New York City would be without power for a more than a week. Mayor Michael Bloomberg told a news conference the subway would be unlikely to resume service for four-to-five days. Power providers reported outages in every state from North Carolina to the Canadian border and as far inland as Ohio and Indiana. New Jersey was hardest hit state with 62 percent of customers suffering blackouts. Seven states had a fifth or more of all customers without power. At 11:00 a.m. EDT (1500 GMT), total U.S. outages were above 8.1 million according to the Department of Energy, and were approaching the 8.4 million peak seen during Hurricane Irene last year. The figures cover homes and businesses, meaning the total number of people affected will be far higher. "This is the largest storm-related outage in our history," said John Miksad, Con Edison's senior vice president for electric operations. An explosion at a substation on Manhattan's East River on Monday night contributed to the power cuts, and could complicate efforts to restore electric supplies. Large sections of the island below 39th Street - just south of Times Square - are without power. Con Edison told customers via Twitter that the hardest hit areas may face more than a week without power. A total of 787,000 homes and businesses were without power in New York City and Westchester as a whole, out of a total of 3 million Con Edison customers. NEW JERSEY SLAMMED In New Jersey, 62 percent of homes were without power, according to the DOE. New Jersey utility Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) said in a tweet that it was the "largest storm in PSE&G history." The company asked customers to be patient as "unprecedented" flooding threatened to leave homes without power for days. Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, West Virginia, New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut all had statewide outages affecting 20 percent or more of customers, according to the DOE. One forecasting company predicted economic losses could ultimately reach $20 billion nationwide, only half insured. The state-owned Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) was one of the hardest hit utilities, with 85 percent of its 1.1 million customers in New York without power. It said it could take as long as seven to 10 days to return power to every customer. Connecticut Light and Power's website said 38 percent of its customers were without power. Power providers emphasized that customers must stay away from downed power lines. One woman in New York City was killed after stepping into an electrified puddle. (Reporting by David Sheppard and Scott DiSavino; Editing by Andrea Ricci and Leslie Gevirtz)
Τετάρτη, Δεκεμβρίου 12, 2012
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By Marice Richter DALLAS (Reuters) - Big Tex, a 52-foot-tall cowboy mascot for the State Fair of Texas, went up in flames on Friday due to a suspected electrical malfunction, reducing the animated structure to little more than a charred skeletal frame. But the man who gives voice to the mascot said Big Tex, which had been welcoming visitors to the state fair for 60 years often with a wave and a booming "howdy," would be back and all fixed up next year. Smoke was seen billowing from Big Tex's head on Friday morning, two days before the close of this year's fair. Flames quickly engulfed its body and torched its cowboy hat, face, torso and legs. "People are walking around the fairgrounds crying," fair spokeswoman Debbie Flatt said. "Big Tex is like family." The fire is believed to have been caused by an electrical malfunction that started in the figure's boot, fair officials said in a statement. State Fair crews were able to salvage the mascot's fiberglass hands and belt buckle as well as its 3-ton frame, which is made of 4,200 feet of steel rods, Flatt said. Bill Bragg, who sits in a room near Big Tex and gives voice to the mascot, told reporters that Big Tex will be back next year. State Fair workers planted flowers on the mound where Big Tex stood to brighten the entrance of the fairgrounds through Sunday's closing day. Big Tex debuted at the fair in 1952 after being purchased for $750 from the town of Kerens, where he had a different get-up and a different role as Santa Claus. (Editing by Alex Dobuzinskis and Bill Trott)
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