Tal Tamer power station goes out of service in a Turkish aggression on high-voltage wires

Hasaka, SANA- Tal Tamer power transmission station 66/20 KV in western countryside of Hasaka went out of service in a Turkish aggression on the 66kv power line feeding the station.

Director of Hasaka Electricity Company Anwar al-Ekla told SANA that following to the Turkish aggression which caused Tal Tamer station to go out of service, the Company’s workshops started to repair 66kv high-voltage line.

He added that targeting the high-voltage wires caused a power cut off in Tal Tamer town and in its surroundings of the village of Um al-Kaif, northwest of Tal Tamer.

Al-Ekla pointed out that the power station which went out of service is feeding Tal Tamer town and the surrounding residential neighborhoods.


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