ESB Crews Continuing To Deal With Faults

ESB Networks are continuing to work on repairing and restoring electricity networks damaged by bad weather overnight.

According to ESB the number of customers without power has been reduced from some 10,000 to around 4,000 and crews are continuing to deal with faults.

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