04/10/2019

ESB Continuing To Work To Restore Power After Storm Lorenzo

ESB have restored power to some 12,000 homes, farms and businesses, affected by Storm Lorenzo, while work continues to restore power to 3,600 customers still without power.

A clean-up operation is underway across the west and northwest following the storm on Thursday.

According to reports, substantial flooding was experienced across Donegal.

The worst affected areas are in the western part of the country, from Clare, Galway, Mayo and some parts of Sligo.

(MH/CM)

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