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Another power outage in Sharjah

Another power outage in Sharjah

Numerous areas throughout Sharjah were cut off for around 10 hours on Wednesday, leaving thousands of residents without electricity during the hottest month of the year.

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August 27, 2009 3:52 by



Sharjah residents suffered a power outage on Wednesday afternoon, the second this week, reports Gulf News. The outage began at 2pm and last for approximately 10 hours. It affected a number of areas, including Al Wahda, Al Yarmook, Al Qasimia, Al Noof, parts of Al Nahda, Maleiha, Sharjah University City, and Industrial Areas 1, 4, 13, 15, and 17.

Another one? In the summer? That’s not right. Kipp can’t stand to be in a room for more than a couple of minutes without air conditioning during the summer, so we can only imagine what this week’s been like for Sharjah’s residents.



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  1. amber masson on September 11, 2009 11:23 am

    hi:
    i just can say sorry to all the residents of sharjah as its burning area in the desert and without light its just liking almost dead situation,
    it reminds of pakistan where 12 hour a day there is totally electricity shutdown 7 days a week
    OHHH GOD help these poor people

    tale care

     

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