A partial state of emergency has been declared in Devnya due to a storm

A partial state of emergency has been declared in Devnya due to a storm
A partial state of emergency has been declared in Devnya due to a storm
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A partial state of emergency has been declared in Devnya, the press service of the Regional Administration in Varna announced.

A strong storm has broken out over the city, accompanied by heavy rain. The operative on duty from the Regional Administration – Varna was informed about this.

The storm caused serious damage – many trees fell, electric poles were knocked down, and three neighborhoods remained without electricity – these are “Devnya 1”, “Devnya 2” and the “Izvorite” quarter. Currently, a team from the volunteer unit and the fire department are on the ground in the city and remove fallen trees and poles.There are also settlements in the region of Devnya municipality without electricity.

The regional administration, through the operative on duty, assists the municipality of Devnya in connection with the National Center for Electricity Distribution. The news came from there that the serious accident was caused by a central power line and it takes time to be repaired, the press service of the Regional Administration specifies.

According to information from the mayor of Devnya municipality, generators are provided for the normal course of the election day tomorrow, so the runoff in the village of Kipra will take place.


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