Canada The FBI is investigating the attack on two electric Carolina Electric Substations (United States)
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Archives-FBI headquarters in Washington DC. -Liu Jie / Xinhua News / ContactophotoThe FBI opened an investigation on a bullet attack on two electric stations in the center of North Carolina (United States) on Sunday. Local authorities have set up a curfew throughout the county "to protect citizens and businesses," said County sheriff Ronnie Fields. The rule is compulsory from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. in the night from Sunday to Monday. In this regard, the authorities have developed a plan for the next nights. "This is a very serious situation," added Mr. Fields, explaining that there may not be electricity for several days. The company estimated the cost of damage to "millions" in dollars, while specifying that the reestablishment of the current could take until Thursday, reports CNN. X1X1 Saturday, after 7 p.m., nearly 40,000 inhabitants of the American county of Moore, in North Carolina, were deprived of electricity following what the authorities consider as a possible act of vandalism. X1X1 "When the public services began to intervene in the various substations, evidence was discovered indicating that an intentional vandalism had taken place on several sites," said the sheriff's office. X1
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