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Friday, 25 July 2014

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Power restored to South Cumbria homes

HUNDREDS of people across South Cumbria were left without power for several hours today following a series of electrical faults.

Electricity North West deployed engineers to Grange, Grasmere and Windermere this morning after residents were plunged into darkness.
Properties in Windermere were hit the hardest, with 388 customers affected by the high voltage fault that occurred at 6.43am.
While the majority of customers had their power restored by 9am, more than 50 had to wait until about 4.30pm for the problem to be fixed.

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