April 17, 2021

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No PREPA plan to restore service after the storm has passed

Electric power pole in Cayey. Provided

The director of PREPA stated that it would be irresponsible to establish the steps to follow without having determined damage.

By Metro Puerto Rico

Poste of electricity in Cayey. Provided

The Electric Power Authority (PREPA) will wait for the passage of storm Laura to end to establish a plan to restore the system.

This was stated by the new director of the public corporation, Efran Paredes, since he assures that it would be irresponsible on his part to indicate any without knowing the damages.

These expressions of the official were given at a press conference with Governor Wanda Vázquez to offer details of the Government's preparation for the atmospheric event.

As explained by the director of the National Meteorology Service, Roberto García Hiraldo, it is expected that the winds of Laura will begin to be felt in the municipal islands of Vieques and Culebra around midnight.

In the early hours of Saturday, all of Puerto Rico is expected to feel the effects of the storm until Sunday.

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