Dozens of St Albans homes left without power after electrical fault

PUBLISHED: 11:23 29 September 2015 | UPDATED: 11:23 29 September 2015

Forty-one homes in St Albans left without power after electrical fault last night

Forty-one homes in St Albans left without power after electrical fault last night

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Forty-one homes in St Albans were left without power throughout the night after a suspected underground cable fault interrupted electricty supply.

A spokesperson from UK Power Networks said: “Engineers are working to restore power to 41 customers in the Spicer Street and George Street areas of St Albans since a suspected underground cable fault interrupted supplies at 8.32pm last night.

“Excavation crews worked through the night, and more staff have been sent to site today, to locate the fault – which originally affected 14 customers, and from 7.30am today affected a further 27. We would like to apologise for the inconvenience caused and will restore supplies as quickly as is safely possible.”


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