05/12/2013

Almost 3,000 Homes Without Power Following Storms And High Winds

Almost 3,000 homes in counties Donegal, Dublin and Meath are without power due to the high winds and storms on Wednesday night.

ESB crews are currently working to restore the power.

Nearly 2,500 customers in Donegal were left without power, however some have now been restored.

Supply has been restored to 800 homes in Ballybofey.

(CD/IT)

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