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Ireland Thousands of customers without power due to ESB fault in north Dublin

19:45  20 november  2019
19:45  20 november  2019 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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Thousands of customers are without electricity in north Dublin due to an ESB fault . The fault , which is understood to be affecting at least 2,291 customers , is in Fairview. Power is expected to return to the area by 3pm. In a message to customers , ESB said: "We apologise for the loss of supply.

ESB have issued an apology to customers across Dublin as thousands of people have been left without power tonight. We have a large fault in the Dublin 15 and surrounding areas. However, civilians from across Dublin in other areas such as Ballyfermot, Castleknock and Palmerstown, have

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Thousands of customers are without electricity in north Dublin due to an ESB fault.

The fault, which is understood to be affecting at least 2,291 customers, is in Fairview.

There have been reports of customers affected in areas near Fairview, including Clontarf.

a close up of a map © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited According to ESB Powercheck, the fault was reported just before 2pm this afternoon.

Power is expected to return to the area by 3pm.

In a message to customers, ESB said: "We apologise for the loss of supply. We are currently working to repair a fault affecting your premises and will restore power as quickly as possible."

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ESB Networks has said more than 67,000 homes, businesses and farms are still without power as a result of Storm Ali. The worst affected areas are Cavan, Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal, Castlebar, Galway, Portlaoise, Dundalk, Mullingar and parts of north Co Dublin .

An ESB power fault has affected an area in the northeast of the city, covering Donaghmede, Howth junction, Sutton, and into the Malahide Road area. At 10pm, the number of customers without power had been brought down to 1,118, with the ESB Networks Powercheck website estimating it

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