Blown Fuses Lead To Power Outages In Versailles

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Updated: 6/28/2012 6:33 pm
Kentucky Utilities says 1,180 customers in Versailles are without power.

It is due to three fuses being blown in a substation that serves downtown Versailles. There may be other damage, but KU officials are still investigating.

KU plans to shift the load of power from other places to Versailles customers, but say they are unsure how soon it will take to get power restored.

They say to continually check the KU website by clicking HERE  through the night to double check on how many customers are without power.


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