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'Massive failure' leaves Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay with no power
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'Massive failure' leaves Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay with no power

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/06/16/world...index.html


(CNN)A "massive failure" in an electrical interconnection system left Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay completely without power, and for many customers, restoring electricity will take all day, a utility distributor said Sunday.

Parts of Chile and southern Brazil experienced outages as well, said Edesur, the Buenos Aires-based company. Chile's system was running normally again Sunday afternoon, CNN Chile reported.
The company later posted an updated statement removing Uruguay and Paraguay from the list of countries that were entirely without electricity, but it isn't clear how many residents in those two countries have had their power restored. Power was only partially restored in Uruguay, the country's energy authority said.



WHAAT??


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Non Sequitur
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"This Sunday around 7 o'clock local time, in almost all of Argentina the electrical system stopped working. The problem spread throughout the Federal Capital and the province of Buenos Aires, and was registered in other parts of the country such as Cordoba, Santa Fe, Entre Rios, San Luis, La Pampa, Mendoza, Chubut, La Rioja and Formosa. Tierra del Fuego was the only province that was not affected, since it is not supplied by the national electric interconnection system.

The interruption of service not only affected Argentina, it was also registered in Uruguay. The electricity distributor Edesur confirmed the existence of "a massive failure in the electric interconnection system" that "left all of Argentina and Uruguay without power." Supply failures were also reported in other bordering countries, such as southern Brazil and some cities in Chile and Paraguay."

https://actualidad.rt.com/actualidad/318...gon-masivo
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Since it is Election Day, I would bet on the Dark Horse to win
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"... the cause has been" a massive failure in the electrical interconnection system. Edenor, its counterpart in the northern region of the city, has also spoken of a massive failure, and has clarified "that for the moment the causes are unknown" ....

https://elpais.com/internacional/2019/06...00030.html

It seems that the attack was at a nodal point of the electric network that interconnects several countries in the South America ...
Hmm ...
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BTW
never happened before
first time
"they" know now exactly where to attack....to make the worst damage
water supply is also affected
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"... the cause has been" a massive failure in the electrical interconnection system. Edenor, its counterpart in the northern region of the city, has also spoken of a massive failure, and has clarified "that for the moment the causes are unknown" ....

https://elpais.com/internacional/2019/06...00030.html

It seems that the attack was at a nodal point of the electric network that interconnects several countries in the South America ...
Hmm ...

My experience with South America, no hack needed. The incompetence and corruption of the public sector would make Chicagoland area Aldermen blush
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"The Argentine government believes that blackout was not a cyber attack but does not rule it out"

https://twitter.com/EFEnoticias/status/1...6499177472

They have no idea what caused the blackout ....
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Energy collapse
Blackout: there was a warning of the failure and the Government admits that it did not notice

The "initial" error was in the connection between Yacyretá and Salto Grande, which caused a contagion to the rest of the system.

https://www.clarin.com/politica/apagon-a...vbI8A.html

This is what Argentina is saying now ...
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8 hours after the blackout, the government still does not know the causes, but admits that "it is something very serious"

https://www.clarin.com/sociedad/horas-ap...ilFvU.html

The latest news ...
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"A computer hacking is investigated to the servers of Yacyretá Dam"

https://twitter.com/Infomedia24hrs/statu...7419807746
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06-16-2019 09:31 PM

 




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BUT...
Uruguay is saying this ...

"At 7:06 today (16/6/2019) an electrical storm affected the transport corridor that brings energy from the Yacyretá hydroelectric power plant (Argentina-Paraguay) to the consumption centers. there was a massive blackout in Argentina and Uruguay .... "

https://adme.com.uy/
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BUT...
Watch the radar...

https://radar.inta.gob.ar/


And those waves in this video...

https://twitter.com/edebianchetti/status...6760558594
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