<Anchor> Last

night (13th), a large-scale power outage occurred in an apartment complex in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do, and more than 5,000 residents suffered inconvenience for over two hours. In Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do, a car crashed into a restaurant and one employee was injured.

Reporter Kim Hyung-rae, news of incidents and accidents overnight.

<Reporter> The

entire apartment complex was engulfed in pitch black darkness.

At around 10:50 last night, a large-scale power outage occurred in an apartment complex in Jangan-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do.

As the electricity supply was cut off in 58 apartment buildings, more than 5,200 residents suffered inconvenience.

[Seoyun Lee/Apartment resident: I am worried about the side dishes in the refrigerator, and there is no Wi-Fi right now, so there are a lot of things I need to see, but I can’t see it.] As

KEPCO started to support the recovery, at 1 am today, about 2 hours later, the electricity supply went out. has been resumed.

KEPCO said the blackout was due to a breakdown in the line switchgear in the apartment.


Yesterday evening at 6:30 pm at a restaurant in Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do, a car driven by a driver in his 60s collided with the exterior wall of the building.

One of the restaurant workers suffered a leg injury in the accident and was taken to the hospital.

Police believe the accident was caused by inexperienced driving.

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fire broke out in the kitchen of a restaurant in Suyeong-gu, Busan around 0:50 this morning.

No one was injured, but a fan and cooking utensils were burned, resulting in property damage estimated at 1.5 million won by the fire department.

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