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When Hurricane Sandy struck in 2012, two major hospitals within the path of the storm lost electricity, resulting in the emergency evacuation of more than 200 patients. But it doesn’t take a Category 5 storm to disrupt a hospital’s power. A blown transformer led to a 15-hour power interruption at the Bon Secours Medical Center in Virginia in 2015, and similar disruptions have occurred at other facilities in recent years.
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