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Work to restore electricity to 5,000 people in and around one of Russia's most popular holiday resorts was completed early Tuesday
Work to restore electricity to 5,000 people in and around one of Russia's most popular holiday resorts was completed early Tuesday, a local spokesman said. Heavy rain and snow, accompanied by strong winds, damaged power lines to the Black Sea resort of Sochi and 24 districts surrounding it on February 1, leaving people without electricity. Several districts were reconnected Monday. "All the repairs were completed at 6:00 a.m. (3:00 a.m. GMT) Tuesday after the seven remaining downtown streets were reconnected to electricity supplies," a representative of the local Emergency Situations department said. The town, which is bidding to host the 2014 Winter Olympics, is home to 400,000 people and hosts about 1.5 million tourists every year.
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