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    Default San Isidro: Trucks take down 11 electric poles

    And they thought the electricity was bad before.......

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    Trucks demolish 11 electric poles in San Isidro; Several sectors without light
    Drafting | August 19, 2017

    The East Electricity Distribution Company (EdeEste) reported that two trucks overturned 11 electricity pylons and two transformers on the Rafael Fernández Domínguez (San Isidro) highway between the Blue House Restaurant and the entrance to Residencial Italia, Affects the service of that area.

    The Directorate of Strategic Communication detailed that the sectors affected are: The Urbanization Italy, El Rosal and in a partial way others that are located in the surroundings of the highway San Isidro.

    EDE Este asked its clients from the affected sectors to be patient, because the placement of the downed posts and the transformers can take more than 24 hours, despite the rapid intervention of its operating areas and maintenance.

    He said that the first incident happened at 3:00, when a truck hit two posts, and the second at 5:00 am, when another truck ignored the precautionary call of the brigades that worked and took a cable Steel, which caused the cascade fall of nine other posts of the power line.

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    Imbeciles

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    3am-5am?
    Not a good time to be driving anywhere in this country.
    Nice to read no one was killed.

    While I was living in Gurabo, about once month a car would lose control
    on Luperon around the Masters Plaza area and cause damage to surrounding cars
    and property. Absolute muppets!

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    Reminds me of Saturday morning cartoon shows..............

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    Because the Gov doesn't crush the sindico's (mafia) those drivers will be back on the streets on Monday.
    Give me one term as El Presidente and they are gone (there would also be some really fat sharks swimming around the seas).

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    That road slaughters dogs.

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