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US News Storm Denise. Corsica-du-Sud remains in orange vigilance, 900 private electricity households

02:10  23 november  2022
02:10  23 november  2022 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Orange vigilance is Maintained this Tuesday, November 22, 2022 in the evening in Corse-du-Sud, affected by the Denise storm. Strong winds have resulted in electricity cuts in the department.

Only the department of Corsica-du-Sud was maintained Tuesday November 22, 2022 in orange alert strong wind until midnight by Météo France, while 900 households remained deprived of electricity at 5 p.m. on the island of beauty, According to EDF in Corsica.

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on Haute-Corse, at the end of Tuesday morning, the wind had "already well weakened and no longer requires particular follow-up", indicated at midday Météo France, which added that, "to the department of Corsica -DU-SUD, the continuous western west wind (AIT) to blow in gusts with temporarily points between 120 to 140 km/h on the ridges, passes and caps exposed as well as in the Bouches de Bonifacio ".

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The Institute, which specifies that the wind generated by this "autumn storm" will decrease " Gradually next night ”, has recorded gusts up to 141 km/h at Cap Pertutasato, south of Bonifacio or up to 131 km/h in La Parata, in Ajaccio.

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Up to 2,000 people deprived of electricity

"at 5 p.m., 900 customers remain deprived of electricity, mainly in the regions: south of Sartène, Casinca and Plaine de Sarrola", on the outskirts of Ajaccio, indicated EDF in Corsica specifying that the "interventions continued all afternoon in difficult conditions" .

At the height of the storm, 2,000 customers were without current Tuesday morning.

EDF, which hopes for a return to normal in the evening, recalls that you should not approach an electric cable that has fallen to the ground, due to the risk of electrocution.

The Southern Corsican firefighters told AFP that they had carried out Tuesday "around twenty interventions related to the meteorological event" for floods, falls of branches or objects, but no one was injured listed at 7 p.m.

On the transport side, all flights from Ajaccio were canceled on Tuesday, according to the airport website.

In the Pyrénées-Atlantiques, orange vigilance was lifted as agreed at 12 noon this Tuesday.

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