Gunfire Against Electrical Substation Sends Tens of Thousands Into Darkness in North Carolina
By John Boch
Gunfire raked multiple pieces of large equipment at a 230kV substation in Moore County, North Carolina Saturday evening, plunging about 40,000 residents into darkness. Because of the type of “sophisticated” equipment that was damaged, those folks will remain in the dark for at least a few more days.
Authorities didn’t release information on how many shots caused the failure or the type of firearms used.
Half of Moore County woke up without power Sunday morning following reported attacks at multiple substations Saturday night.
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