ESB Worked Overnight To Restore Power To Homes And Businesses

ESB Networks are continuing to restore power to homes and businesses across Ireland following Storm Brendan.

At its height on Monday, some 50,000 properties were without power as strong winds and heavy rain tracked across the country.

ESB crews worked overnight to restore power as quickly as possible.

ESB said that some areas are still without power, but they hope to have everyone connected again today, 14 January.


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