If you're afraid of heights, then clinging to the side of an 80-metre wind turbine tower is likely not the job for you.
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An investigation into a damaged wind turbine blade at the Eastern Kings Wind Farm is still underway, says head of external communications for the company who makes the turbines.
“It was shut down due to safety concerns because of blades starting to wear, There were a lot of high winds with (tropical storm) Arthur. It was shortly after Arthur that we noticed that there was some damage.”
"The crane was lifting a tower section and one of the hooks sort of let go and it hit the ground and bent a flange,'' said Wayne MacQuarrie with the P.E.I. Energy Corporation.