In the capital of the Republic of Caracas, several districts were left without electricity, and residents of at least 16 States were left without electricity. The last time a massive power outage occurred in the country on March 8.
A large-scale power outage occurred in Venezuela, the newspaper El Nacional reported. It took place in the afternoon of March 25, affecting several areas of the Venezuelan capital, Caracas, as well as the state of Miranda. In total, at least 16 Venezuelan States were left without electricity.
Due to a power outage, 1,2 and 3 metro lines in Caracas have been disrupted. Also, traffic lights, mobile communications and the Internet do not work.
The previous power outage in and around Caracas occurred on March 18. The preliminary cause of the accident was called the explosion of transformers at an electric substation in the industrial zone of Cloris de Guarenas.
Caracas and most of Venezuela also remained without electricity on March 8, the cause of the accident was called sabotage at the hydroelectric power station “El Guri”, it was also reported about a cyber attack on the automatic control system of the hydroelectric power station. The Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro accused of turning off the light “American imperialism”. In response, Juan Guaido said about communication mode of Maduro with a power outage in the country.