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electric main

[i¦lek·trik ′mān]
(electricity)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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A post on the service's Facebook page on Friday added: "Following earlier damage to gas and electric mains, we are dealing with a fire.
'In May we launched the rebuilding of the infrastructure on the southern part of Mlynske Nivy Street, where we are renewing public water mains, gas pipes, electric mains, optical cables, cables for public lighting as well as the road itself,' said Jakub Gossanyi from HB Reavis, as cited by the TASR newswire.
He is said to have dragged Mr Bone's blood-soaked body as if he was a "piece of rubbish" into a sitting room before setting three seats on fire, including one next to the gas and electric mains.
He is then said to have dragged his blood-soaked unconscious body as if he was a 'piece of rubbish' before setting three seats on fire, next to the gas and electric mains.
Watch commander Andy Rose, from Huddersfield Fire Station, said the fire was thought to be deliberately started as all electric mains in the building are switched off.
What are they supposed to do, have they been told what's happened?" A spokesperson for BT Openreach said: "We can confirm that an electric mains cable connected to the Rhos-on-Sea exchange has exploded causing damage to lines that has affected both phone and internet connections to a number of residents in the area."