The Energy Department says a power outage caused parts of New York City to go dark for more than 40 hours. The blackout was sparked by a lightning strike, which reportedly struck the same part of New York City on five separate occasions. The agency says the blackout, which lasted more than 6 hours, was caused by a problem with the power lines.
As a reminder, the city had a terrible blackout last summer when it went dark for more than 18 hours.
I’m guessing that this isn’t the first or last time a major city has gone dark in such a fashion, but it is the first one that has it lasted this long. I’m guessing that this isn’t the first or last time a major city has gone dark in such a fashion, but it is the first one that has it lasted this long.
A major city could actually be a lot smaller than it seems. For example, Atlanta, LA, and New Orleans have it, and Dallas is probably the biggest city in the world. By the time you get to the actual cities and the major ones, you’ll be a lot smaller.
It’s been a while since cPS has gone down, and for a while it has been a major city. One would think that these major cities would have their own power, but they don’t. The same thing happened with cities in the old days, and most cities today have no power at all.
In the last year and a half, there have been a couple of power outages in major cities in the US. It is said that the city of Houston had a backup generator, but when it disappeared, the city was completely without power for several hours. Then there’s been another major power outage in Los Angeles, where the power was out for over an hour. The one in New Orleans has been a bit more quiet, and was a minor outage.
The other four power outages in Los Angeles today are an earthquake, a tornado, a fire, a tornado, and a power outage. In Los Angeles, there have been two power outages before today, but none with a power outage. If there is a power outage in Los Angeles, there is a power outage in downtown Los Angeles.
The last power outage in Los Angeles was just after midnight, and lasted for a couple of hours. It is speculated that the power outage is caused by a transformer that has been stuck in the earth and hasn’t been able to pull it up. As a result, the power is out just about everywhere. This outage may have some longer-term effects on people in Los Angeles because the power is now out in certain streets and parks, and there has been some flooding.
The city of Los Angeles is a very big place, and the power outage has affected pretty much every single major city on the planet. We don’t know yet if the long-term effects will be as serious, but it certainly can’t be good.