CBS News reports:
Another power substation in North Carolina has been damaged because of apparent gunfire, energy officials said Tuesday. The damage occurred at a power substation in Thomasville, about an hour away from Moore County, where just weeks ago two other substations were attacked by gunfire.
Energy United said that company officials learned of an “equipment issue” at the Pleasant Hill Substation on Tuesday morning, at which time crews were sent to assess the situation. There, they found that a transformer had been damaged “from an apparent gunshot” and law enforcement was notified.
Read the full article. No outage this time.
Another North Carolina power substation has been damaged by apparent gunfire, weeks after grid attacks left thousands without power in a nearby county. https://t.co/W7wC3w5xnh
— CBS News (@CBSNews) January 18, 2023