Electricity restored to 232 Huntingdon homes

UK Power Netowrks has apologised to customers who were cut off

UK Power Netowrks has apologised to customers who were cut off - Credit: Archant

It said power was restored to 232 customers at 1.30pm today after the most recent power cut.

One customer complained about losing their supply four times in two days and a temporary generator was said to have failed.

A spokesman for UK Power Networks said: “UK Power Networks engineers are working to restore power to customers in the Alder Drive, Ambury Road and Ambury Hill areas of Huntingdon following a fault on an underground cable.

“Supplies were reconnected via a generator and we apologised to customers who have experienced further power interruptions during this temporary arrangement.”

The spokesman added: “We are installing a new generator while work continues to excavate and repair the fault to ensure reliable electricity supplies.”

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