Over 5,000 Homes Without Electricity

Over 5,000 homes were left without electricity in Dublin, Galway, Kerry and Leitrim on Sunday.

ESB Networks said it is working to restore the power following a cable fault at a substation in Dublin.

Over 3,000 households were affected in Oughterard and Moycullen and in Dublin almost 2,000 were left without power.

ESB issued an apology to customers and is hoping to have the power restored this morning, 02 November.


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