Work in progress to supplant boards at Mooikloof
The City of Tshwane says the getting free from wore out hardware is in progress to consider the establishment of new boards.
A burst seethed through the substation on Wednesday evening leaving portions of Pretoria East in obscurity.
City of Tshwane representative Hilgard Mathews says fundamental evaluations show that roughly 26 boards have been worn out.
"Our groups have effectively shown they will actually want to source new boards to supplant those that are worn out. The work will begin vigorously to guarantee that the site is cleared as fast as conceivable so the new boards can be introduced.
"Our groups will likewise be persistently attempting to get the substation functional once more. Be that as it may, the work required will be broad," says Mathews.
The reason for the fire isn't yet known.
"We are as yet directing examinations concerning the reason for the fire. What we can be sure of is that while our groups were reacting to blackouts in the space one of our framework administrators got to the substation and after heading inside, he was smothered by a blast
"He was harmed and taken to emergency clinic and is recuperating."
Mathews says the fixes are relied upon to take over seven days to finish.
"The city is conveying all accessible assets to guarantee that the substation is functional once more. Fixing the substation will set aside time, we can't think twice about this."
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