4 March, 2021, 2:01 am Central - 23°C Clouds

People in Nasinu and Nakasi without power supply

People in Nasinu and Nakasi without power supply

By Priteshni Nand
Sunday 24/01/2021
Power pole near Laqere Bridge. [Image: Supplied by EFL]

Thousands of people living in Nasinu and Nakasi are facing unplanned power disruption from this morning as the Water Authority of Fiji is repairing an underground burst water main near the Laqere Bridge.

EFL says these repair works involves digging and exposing water mains which is close to a power pole.

Parts of Kings Road from Laqere Bridge to Omkaar Road junction, the whole of Narere Road, Muanikoso Road, Manuluva Circle, Vatuloka Place, Tavaga Lane, Kaicaca Lane, Vatudina Road an parts of Beaumont Road from Kings Road junction to Vatoa Road junction, FNTC Road, Mobile Police Camp, WAF Laqere Sewerage Pump, Makoi Total Service Station, Narere Primary School and all residential and commercial areas in nearby areas will face power disruptions.

Power supply is expected to be restored by 4pm today.

There is a delay due to the bad weather conditions.

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