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Vindmølle kastede vinge 30 meter væk  

Credit:  Af René Just Poulsen - 23. Okt. 2014 - dr.dk ~~

[On Tuesday night a wind turbine near Skive lost two blades.]

En stor vindmølle ved Roslev nær Skive tabte tirsdag aften to vinger. Det er første gang, at en vindmølle kaster en vinge fra sig på den måde i Danmark.

Mens den ene vinge havnede for foden af den 14 år gamle Vestas-vindmølle, endte den anden hele 30-40 meter derfra.

Tirsdag aften blæste det ikke over 10 meter i sekundet, og vinden kan derfor endnu ikke tildeles skylden. Derfor er teknikere fra Vestas nu gået i gang med at undersøge den havarerede vindmølle.

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Source:  Af René Just Poulsen - 23. Okt. 2014 - dr.dk

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