Power failure in Venezuela leaves large part of Caracas and several states without light

In September last year, another major blackout left many Caracas and neighboring states without electricity. On that occasion, the power supply was not normalized in some capital sectors for almost three days.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A power failure that began this Sunday around 7:10 PM local time (11:10 PM GMT) has left a large part of Caracas and at least two states close to the Venezuelan capital without electricity, according to EFE and various complaints reported on social networks.

In several areas of the metropolitan area of Caracas, which includes part of the neighboring state of Miranda, the power supply was interrupted from east to west after a strong power outage, as the fluctuations in the service that involve ups and downs in the reception of electricity and that . . .

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