(Central News Agency reporter Cai Mengyu, Kaohsiung, 21st) The Zuoying District of Kaohsiung City experienced a power outage at around 10 a.m. this morning, and again at around 9 p.m. The Taiwan Electric Power Company’s Kaohsiung District Sales Office stated that 4,938 households were out of power in Zhengde Road and other areas of Zuoying District. It was initially determined that there was an underground cable fault. After repairs, power was restored to all households at 10:50 p.m.
Taiwan Electric Power Company’s Kaohsiung District Sales Office issued a message this evening stating that at 9:34 this evening, there was a power outage in the Zuoying District Zhengde Road, Dazhong 2nd Road, Chongwen Street, Chongli Road, Chongzheng Road, Zengzi Road, Huaxia Road and other areas 4938 According to preliminary analysis, it was an underground cable fault, and additional manpower was immediately dispatched to investigate and repair the problem.
The Kaohsiung City Fire Department stated that at 9:46 p.m., it received a report of an elevator being trapped on Xinzhuang 1st Road, Zuoying District. The Fire Department dispatched 2 vehicles and 5 people. After arriving at the scene, they found a woman about 50 years old trapped, but not injured. The company came to the scene to deal with the situation and got out of trouble.
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There was also an unwarranted power outage in Zuoying District at noon on the 19th, causing a power outage to 4,687 households on Dazhong 2nd Road, Tianxiang 2nd Road, Zhizhen Road, Xinhai Road, Mengzi Road, Huaxia Road, etc. The cause of the accident was also an underground cable failure.
Today, Zuoying District experienced two power outages in one day. The high-speed rail Zuoying Station and the Hanshen Arena Shopping Plaza suddenly experienced a power outage at around 10 a.m. this morning, causing power outages to the escalators and some businesses at the high-speed rail Zuoying Station. However, train operations were not affected; The Divine Arena Shopping Plaza was originally scheduled to open at 11 a.m., so it was postponed to nearly 12 noon. (Editor: Chen Zhengwei) 1121121