In the early evening of this Wednesday (15), after the thermometers reached 36ºC, the city of São Paulo recorded a storm and a power outage.
According to Enel, the concessionaire responsible for distributing electricity in the metropolitan region of the state, the suspension was specific and “will continue with the reinforcement of teams in the field to normalize the supply of energy to customers whose service was affected”.
With the heavy rain, the Civil Defense and the Climate Emergency Management Center (CGE) issued a state of emergency for flooding for all regions of the city and a warning of storms and intense gusts of wind, from Friday (17) to Sunday (19).
According to the Fire Department, at least 25 calls for falling trees and 4 for collapses were recorded. A large tree fell on a car in the central region of São Paulo. No casualties were reported.
Source: CNN Brasil
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