Thousands of homes have been left without electricity in Victoria, Australia.
The cause is the difficult climatic conditions.
The Victoria State Emergency Service (SES) announced that they have received more than 3,000 calls for help due to strong winds sweeping many parts of the state since midnight.
Noting that thousands of homes have been left without electricity due to damage to power lines by trees falling from strong winds at speeds of up to 122 kilometers per hour, the SES announced that most of the calls for help had to do with trees. collapsed or damaged buildings.
Mark Anolak from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology said weather conditions improved as strong winds moved towards the Gippsland region east of Melbourne and said the wind that blew at speeds of 122 kilometers per hour in the district
Frankston was the strongest wind in the last 15 years.
As weather conditions improved, it was reported that faults were repaired in areas where light damage was in Melbourne and electricity was restored to homes, while it was also reported that citizens in some of the districts where the damage was heavy could spend the weekend without electrical energy.
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