Cuba restaura parte de electricidad tras impacto de huracán

Cuba logra restablecer parte de la electricidad luego que el huracán Ian dejó a oscuras a la isla entera y devastó algunas de las más importantes granjas tabacaleras en el oeste del país

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miércoles 28 septiembre 2022 14:03
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Cuba logró el miércoles restablecer parte de la electricidad luego que el huracán Ian dejó a oscuras a la isla entera y devastó algunas de las más importantes granjas tabacaleras en el oeste del país, informaron autoridades.

El Ministerio de Energía y Minas anunció que había restablecido la energía a tres regiones tras reparar las centrales eléctricas de Felton y Nuevitas, y que sigue tratando de reencender las otras.

Pero tanto La Habana como partes del oeste de Cuba seguían sin electricidad el miércoles tras el impacto del huracán, que enfiló hacia Florida.

El martes, Ian azotó a una Cuba que ya estaba lidiando con una crisis económica y frecuentes apagones. Tocó tierra como tormenta de categoría 3 en la punta occidental de la isla, devastando la provincia de Pinar del Río, donde se cultiva gran parte del tabaco usado en los icónicos habaneros cubanos.

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