The electric generator located in Gudarien Plaza was hit by water and the center was left without electricity. The mayor has communicated in Euskadi Irratia that the problem could be solved throughout the morning, and has requested a definitive solution from Iberdrola.
Since 6:00 p.m. yesterday, the lower part of the urban area of Deba has been without electricity, due to the entry of water into the generator located in Gudarien Plaza due to spring tides. Authorities hope it will be resolved throughout the morning.
The mayor of Deba, Alazne Txurruka, explained in Euskadi Irratia that the Gudarien Plaza power generator is located five meters underground, so when it rains a lot or there are spring tides, the water enters and stops, leaving people without electricity. the residents of the urban area, bars, shops and other services.
For this reason, in previous legislatures Iberdrola has been asked for a definitive solution, but the problem continues to exist. Txurruka will renew the demand with those responsible for Iberdrola this Monday.
Around 6:00 p.m. yesterday, water entered the generator due to spring tides. When Iberdrola technicians went to the scene, they warned that they could not do anything if the water was not removed and, at night, the firefighters removed the water from the scene. This morning the technicians returned with a new generator and, having replaced the old one, they hope that the situation will return to normal throughout the morning.
Problems also in Pasaia and Zumaia
Spring tides have also caused problems in other parts of the coast, such as Pasai Donibane. The water entered several stores and a restaurant yesterday evening.
Zumaia also recorded the afternoon high tide at 6:22 p.m., and minutes before the Urola and Narrondo rivers had overflowed at various points on the Axular and Julio Beobide routes. The water entered several locations, including the Pulpo Sports Society and the San Telmo Sailors’ Brotherhood.
The residents of these areas remain attentive today.
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