Credit: Susan McMillan,
29 November 2010 ~~
For the second time in two years, Perkins Schools officials shut down the wind turbines on school property after a mechanical failure.
This time, bolts on one of the blades broke, which released the blade. The blade dived to the base of the turbine.
The first malfunction happened on a gusty cold day. In that case, the turbine shattered, shooting debris into the parking lot.
Read all about it in Tuesday’s Register.
29 November 2010
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