The situation with power supply in the city of Sevastopol remains tense. Voltage fluctuations put out of order the appliances, according to Our Newspaper.
- Sometimes a bulb barely dims while sometimes it puts out so much voltage that a socket can literally burn. People are scared to go out of the house as an apartment can simply burn down, said a Sevastopol resident Viktor Nikolaev.
He told that recent voltage surges have burnt his refrigerator and a neighbor's TV.
- At times I think it is better to live without light at all, until everything gets repaired. It is unclear who will compensate for the losses and damages, said the Crimean resident.
As QHA reported earlier, the power is cut to industrial sites due to electricity shortages in the city of Sevastopol.
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