Update: Power restored to 2,000 homes in Witney

2,000 homes said to be affected by power cut in Witney

2,000 homes said to be affected by power cut in Witney

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POWER has now been restored to the properties in Witney. 

Southern Electric has said the power cut affected 2,060 properties and was caused by a safety switch at a substation being activated.

Power was restored at 10.36am having been lost at 9.52am.

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