Power out opposite Linden; trade light out on Routes 1&9

Screen Shot 2016-02-16 during 2.41.30 PM.pngLinden military officer leads trade along Wood Avenue after a energy outage strike a vast territory of a city early Tuesday afternoon knocking out trade lights. (Courtesy of John Francis Roman) 

LINDEN — Electrical energy went out opposite most of a city early this afternoon, knocking out trade lights on vital roads, authorities said.

City military officers are manually directing trade on Routes 1 9 and Wood Avenue, pronounced Capt. James Sarnicki.

He pronounced a outage occurred about 12:45 p.m. City gymnasium also mislaid power, though fill-in systems were providing service, a captain said.

Traffic lights were still operative along Route 27 on a western finish of a city.

A mouthpiece during Public Service Electric Gas pronounced no information was immediately accessible about a Linden outage.

However, a company’s website indicated that some-more than 1,500 business were but power.

Power was easy during city gymnasium and to some of a trade lights by 3:30 p.m., Sarnicki said.


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