Detached cable leaves parts of Caracas, nearby states without electricityStaff Writer | December 19, 2017
Venezuelan authorities partially reestablished electric power in parts of Caracas and the neighboring states of Miranda and Vargas on Monday afternoon, after those areas were hit with a blackout earlier in the day.
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The minister made his remarks on state-run VTV television, but did not say why the cable had become detached, thus paralyzing a good part of the Venezuelan capital’s commercial and financial district.
Power blackouts are an ongoing problem across a good part of Venezuela, although not so much in the capital. Nevertheless, the country’s largest city found itself affected by such a situation on Monday. ■