Households Without Power In Co Sligo

Around 1,700 homes and businesses have been left without power in Co Sligo.

ESB teams are currently working to restore the power in the Enniscrone area.

Power has been restored to over 2,000 homes, however it has not been restored in the Carrigaline area.

ESB has issued an apology to its customers and hopes to have all power restored today, 02 December.


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