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Broken turbine has engineers seeking answers  

Credit:  By: WJAC Web Staff | February 25, 2014 | www.wjactv.com ~~

DUNLO, Pa. – Wind turbines overlooking Dunlo, Cambria County will not be turning anytime soon due to broken blades.

Everpower told 6 News it is not common that the fiberglass blades fail, but they plan on replacing the blades.

There were no reported injuries due to the broken turbine.

Engineers at Everpower are investigating the cause.

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Source:  By: WJAC Web Staff | February 25, 2014 | www.wjactv.com

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