WHITBY, ONT.—Whitby Hydro is working to restore power to about 60 customers still affected by an outage in the northeast portion of the town.The utility company posted on Twitter around 2:30 a.m. on Thursday that about 11,000 homes and businesses were without electricity in an area bordered by Hwy. 407 south to Rossland Road, and east-west from Hwy. 12 to Garrard Road.“Whitby Hydro crews responded immediately and were able to restore power to almost all customers by approximately 6:30 a.m.,” the company noted in a release issued shortly before 11 a.m. on Dec. 28.“The cause of the outage is weather related. All available crews are working on restoring electricity to customers. It is estimated that power will be fully restored later in the day.”Some customers took to Twitter to report intermittent power outages using the hashtag #whitbyhydro as early as Wednesday evening. One noted that it had been the fourth time there had been an incident that day.
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