Storm left parts of New York without light

By | August 7, 2020
Storm left parts of New York without light

Tropical Storm Isajas hit the west coast of the United States earlier in the week. About 1.3 million people are without the lecture.
Part of New York was left without light because of the swamp storm Isaias. According to ABC, more than 120,000 residents of the city were left without electricity.

Electricity company Con Edison also reported an outage in Manhattan. His reasons have not yet been determined. The company is already restoring the power supply and is investigating the cause of the failure.

New York City public transport operator MTA, responsible for subways, buses, and two railroads, warns of possible traffic delays.

According to ABC, around 1.3 million people remain without light along the U.S. East Coast because of the storm. Storm Isaias hit the west coast of the United States on August 4. At least six people were killed in the disaster.

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