Heavy trees and electricity pylons broken by strong storm

A tree was broken on Beri Road in Kurara City due to a strong storm.
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Hamirpur. On Friday afternoon, there was light rain in many places, accompanied by dust storms. On the other hand, due to the bad weather conditions in Kurara city, many trees have been uprooted by strong storm and rain. Electricity pylons were broken by the strong storm. As a result, the city’s power system collapsed.
According to the Kurara Dialogue, around 2 p.m. there was a sudden thunderstorm and heavy rains in the city and the surrounding area. The storm, which lasted about an hour, uprooted people’s canning houses. 13 electricity pylons were broken and all trees were felled. Ashok Nigam and Balendra Yadav’s tin shack, residents of Asphalt village, was uprooted in a strong storm. The power cord was also damaged.
The power supply was cut off due to this storm. People struggled a lot to get the vehicles out of town as the trees fell on the street on Beri Street. Bhure Lals Gumti from Chakothi village fell over because of the strong wind. The stuff in there broke.
The power system stalled due to the failure of the roadside power pole near the door of the former Mayaram City Chairman, Nautanki Maidan and Damar. Because of the storm near Beri Tirahe, Bade Gupta’s tin shed was found lying on the street. Electricity Department assistant engineer Abhishek Kumar Sahu said that after the local substation fault was fixed, work on powering the city would begin.

Hamirpur. On Friday afternoon, there was light rain in many places, accompanied by dust storms. On the other hand, due to the bad weather conditions in Kurara city, many trees have been uprooted by strong storm and rain. Electricity pylons were broken by the strong storm. As a result, the city’s power system collapsed.

According to the Kurara Dialogue, around 2 p.m. there was a sudden thunderstorm and heavy rains in the city and the surrounding area. The storm, which lasted about an hour, uprooted people’s canning houses. 13 electricity pylons were broken and all trees were felled. Ashok Nigam and Balendra Yadav’s tin shack, residents of Asphalt village, was uprooted in a strong storm. The power cord was also damaged.

The power supply was cut off due to this storm. People struggled a lot to get the vehicles out of town as the trees fell on the street on Beri Street. Bhure Lals Gumti from Chakothi village fell over because of the strong wind. The stuff in there broke.

The power system stalled due to the failure of the roadside power pole near the door of the former Mayaram City Chairman, Nautanki Maidan and Damar. Because of the storm near Beri Tirahe, Bade Gupta’s tin shed was found lying on the street. Electricity Department assistant engineer Abhishek Kumar Sahu said that after the local substation fault was fixed, work on powering the city would begin.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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