More than 27,000 properties without electricity in Cornwall
In Cornwall, at least 27,000 properties are without electricity.
Martyn Alvey, environment cabinet member for Cornwall Council, said: “Hurricane Eunice has left a lot of damage and disruption – including power outages to many homes across Cornwall.
“While utility companies are doing everything they can to bring homes back to the grid, the council and our partners are working hard to clear debris and damage from the storm so that Again, there will be residents who won’t have electricity tonight at home.
“We are encouraging people in Cornwall to care for their neighbours, who are vulnerable and may be struggling this weekend.”
In Monmouthshire, motorway officers cleared more than 50 fallen trees clogging roads.
Richard John, leader of Monmouthshire County Council, said: “I would like to thank everyone in Monmouthshire who avoided travel today – conditions are still looking challenging out there, so , it’s wise to avoid any unnecessary journeys.
“Thank you to our colleagues for working around the clock in difficult conditions to keep everyone safe and to get a lot of services back up and running for tomorrow.
“I’m incredibly proud of how my colleagues and residents responded to the biggest storm we’ve seen in decades.”
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