Dozens of homes in a Cambridgeshire village are reported to be without power after a power cut. There has been a fault in an underground power cable in the Caxton area. UK Power Networks, the company responsible for the electricity infrastructure in the county, reports that 42 homes are currently affected.
The power cut was first reported at around 10 pm on Thursday (March 9). Engineers are working tirelessly to restore power to the area.
In an update at 3pm on Saturday, March 11, UK Power Networks said it had a support vehicle. A spokesperson said: “As you know we have our customer support vehicle based outside 14 Ermines Street near the junction with Gransden Road and stand ready to provide additional support to anyone affected by the power cut.
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“This can provide hot water, some hot food (or a microwave to warm yourself up), wifi, charging points and site information. If you have someone in your property or know someone who might need extra care Need a vehicle, or cannot travel; please let us know by calling 08003163105.”
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