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Black-out in Varazdin

07. May 2010. | 06:35

Source: Croatian Times

Varazdin in the north of Croatia ground to a halt at 8.29 am this morning when a fuse short-circuited and caught on fire.

A city has been thrown into chaos after a fire at an electricity substation cut all power.

Varazdin in the north of Croatia ground to a halt at 8.29 am this morning when a fuse short-circuited and caught on fire.

Firemen are battling to extinguish the blaze and authorities say they won’t be able to begin repairs until the fire has been put out, the Croatian daily Jutarnji List reports.


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