Strong wind in northeast China's Liaoning province caused a power outage on the region's rail networks lasting nearly three hours on Sunday afternoon, forcing dozens of high-speed trains to suspend operations.
High-voltage transmission lines fell on the rail network's overhead lines near Shenyang, the provincial capital, due to strong winds around 3 p.m., causing a power outage that halted high-speed trains between Shenyang and the coastal city of Dalian.
Power was restored around 6 pm after workers repaired the network, and trains have resumed service.
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