Monday, 3 August 2020

Friday Rains Cause Havoc With Electrical Services

The rains Friday generated blackouts and damage to the electrical wiring, confirmed the Fire Department or Bomberos.

Among the areas affected with no lectricity are some sectors of La Union, Sabanilla, Curridabat, Lomas de Ayarco, El Alto de Guadalupe, La Galera and San Francisco de Dos Rios.

 

Source (in Spanish): La Nacion

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