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Wind turbine blade update  

It’s one of the most visible sights in Madison County; one of the blades on the Fenner Wind Turbines broke in mid-November, and is still not fixed.

A representative for General Electric, who built the huge turbines, says the weather has been too snowy, too cold, and too windy to get up and fix the blade. As soon as they get a stretch of more-mild weather, they say they’ll be up there as soon as possible to make the fix.

They still don’t know, what caused the blade to break; they say that this has happened at Fenner before, and hope to find out why once they’re able to remove the blade.

WSYR

7 December 2007

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