Malaysians take to Twitter to report blackouts in the Klang Valley

PETALING JAYA: Malaysians have taken to Twitter to complain about the power outage that has hit various parts of the Klang Valley, with some mentioning places in Negri Sembilan and Perak as well.

Several areas throughout the Klang Valley are reportedly experiencing power outages, with confirmed blackouts in Bangsar, Cheras, Shah Alam and beyond on Wednesday (July 27).

Many pictures and videos of the blackouts have been shared on Twitter, spanning across many malls and public areas in the city.

"KLCC at the moment." @ainabas

"Sunway Pyramid." @adiburhan

"Whole building blackout at Mont Kiara." @aireenakhairul

Several Malaysians also took to Twitter to share their concerns, mainly about their well-being as well as that of other Malaysians.

"Anyone can tell me if the LRT is moving? I can't get back home!," said user @HoNJou_Akira.

"It must be a nightmare for those who are stuck in the lift right now," user @roadtofiremy said.

"I got frightened in the toilet. I thought someone turned off the lights," @debyyalfn said.

In a statement on its official Facebook account, Tenaga Nasional Berhad said that it is aware of the blackouts.

"There has been a disruption in the electricity supply in several areas. Our technical team is currently identifying the cause and we are working to restore the power supply. We apologise for any difficulties experienced by our users due to this disruption," it said.

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