An electrical substation burst into flames in Kaluga, Russia; two transformers out of operation. Video
There was a fire at an electrical substation in the village of Rosva, Kaluga region of Russia on the morning of August 11. Two transformers were put out of operation.
This is reported in the ASTRA telegram channel, referring to the reports of the Governor of the Kaluga region. Nearby settlements in Russia have been left without electricity.
There are no casualties as a result of the incident. The outbreak at the substation was eliminated by 9 a.m. Local authorities claim the lightning strike.
"At the moment, the outbreak at the substation has been eliminated. Two transformers have been put out of operation. The preliminary cause of the fire is a lightning strike," the local governor said.
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