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29/10/13: North West engineers restore power in south

Engineers from the North West’s electricity network operator are helping restore power to storm hit areas in the south of England. Electricity North West dispatches engineers to help restore power in the south

Electricity North West, the company that owns and maintains the North West’s electricity network, has stepped in to help with the aftermath of the storm and dispatched 50 engineers and linesmen to restore power to those affected.

UK Power Networks operate the electricity networks in London, the south east and East Anglia. At the height of the storm, 620,000 customers were without power.

Greg Fernie, operations director for Electricity North West, said: “We are happy to be able to help UK Power Networks restore power for their customers following the exceptional weather. Thankfully the storm did not affect the North West, although we always monitor conditions closely to ensure that we have engineers available to respond to incidents in our area too. Our engineers have worked tirelessly to restore power in the south and will continue to help for as long as necessary.”

If you have a power cut, contact Electricity North West on 0800 195 4141 or follow @ElectricityNW.

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Engineers are working to restore power to properties after severe flooding in Lancashire and Rochdale.

We are doing everything we can to restore power and we'll update you regularly on our news section and TwitterFor emergencies, please call us on 0800 195 4141.

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