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Power cut hits south Norfolk homes

PUBLISHED: 18:26 16 May 2008 | UPDATED: 07:25 01 August 2010

Hundreds of villagers in south Norfolk have been without power today.

A suspected underground cable fault caused power to 596 customers in Bedingham, Woodton and Topcroft to be cut off just before 9am.

Hundreds of villagers in south Norfolk have been without power today.

A suspected underground cable fault caused power to 596 customers in Bedingham, Woodton and Topcroft to be cut off just before 9am.

Engineers from EDF Energy attended and restored power to customers throughout the day but 125 homes still have no power.

An EDF spokesman said: “We are currently working to restore supply to the customers who remain without power. We would like to apologise for the inconvenience caused.”


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