Because of surges, Uzhgorod residents' appliances burnt down
The villagers will demand compensation from the "Zakarpattyaoblenergo."
The incident occurred late at night in the village of Khudlyovo in Uzhgorod district. On three streets, there was a surge in voltage - over 300 volts, then the power supply discontinued. Surges lasted for almost 3 hours - from 21.00 to 23.00. Residents of the village repeatedly phoned the dispatcher, after many attempts they were able to contact the experts. Representatives of Uzhgorod energy company only advised to disconnect electrical appliances.
As a result, about 100 households were affected. Many appliances were damaged: refrigerators, freezers, TV sets (in two houses, TVs just exploded, fortunately, people at that time were not there), tuners, washing machines, computers, electrical heaters. Light bulbs were exploding like fireworks, people say.
By law and in accordance with the concluded agreements, the electricity supplier must provide quality services. If damage occurred because of voltage drop, the responsible party must recover the damages. Residents of the village have filed complaints - both individual and collective - to the supply company, that is "Zakarpattyaoblenergo" and to Uzhgorod power company. Currently, they are waiting for a response from these institutions, and if the issue is not resolved amicably, they are willing to defend their case in court.
Дмитро Тужанський: угорській громаді Закарпаття потрібні гарантії їхніх прав та увага української влади як до повноцінних громадян
8 December 2017 21:13