Scottish Power say they have engineers working to reconnect a 'small number of properties' after power cuts caused by heavy snow in North Wales. The company say they have had engineers on standby overnight, but that they are having problems getting around due to the poor weather conditions.
A spokesperson for Scottish Power apologised for the incovenience and said they were doing everything they can to get people reconnected.
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