For many New Yorkers dealing with fluctuating temperatures in the midst of a fierce hot wave, perhaps too much is demanded.
“We need New Yorkers to take FAST action,” de Blasio wrote on Twitter. “Reduce your use of electricity in your home or your business for the rest of the day. We must avoid it strength disturbances during this heat emergency. “
“The extreme heat is expected to dissipate early tomorrow morning,” he wrote in a follow -up message. Hopefully that point will come safely. ”
The extreme heat is expected to dissipate early tomorrow morning. Let’s get to that point safely.
– Major Bill de Blasio (@NYCMayor) June 30, 2021
At a news conference, de Blasio called on New Yorkers to reduce their use of aircon as well as washers, dryers and household appliances, Newsweek reports.
John Scrivani, a New York City emergency management commissioner, told reporters that the town has already seen a power outage in a Brooklyn neighborhood that has left 1,700 residents without electricity. the report says. – READ MORE
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