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By SASHA HARRINANAN Wednesday, August 29 2012
AN UNSPECIFIED glitch at the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission (TTEC) led to several communities in western Trinidad and parts of downtown Port-of-Spain and St James being without electrical power, while elsewhere, there were power surges and low voltage.
Persons living and working in areas such as Long Circular Road, St James, Westmoorings and parts of the capital telephoned Newsday’s Chacon Street, Port-of-Spain to complain about loss of electrical power, low office voltage and power surges. Newsday’s offices also experienced brief power surges during the afternoon period yesterday. TTEC communications manager Annabelle Brasnel yesterday told Newsday, “Something went wrong in the system and caused a trip which resulted in low voltage in some areas and a power outage in others.”
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