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Electricity has been restored to five districts in northern Cabo Delgado, which had been in the dark since the early hours of Monday following the collapse of a transmission line pylon.
Energy was restored around 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6, after several hours’ work, consisting in the removal of the improvised wooden pylon washed away by floodwater on the Lúrio river, and which threatened to drag the other pylons down with it.
Mozambique Electricity will continue to monitor the situation to prevent other pylons in Muidumbe, Mocimboa da Praia, Palma, Nangade and Mueda districts from being washed away by the Messalo river, which tends to rise after heavy rain in the Niassa and Cabo Delgado provinces.Source: O País
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