Power Outage Throughout Honduras

A power outage knocked out electrical service from 3:30 p.m. to more than 90 percent of the country, affecting thousands of Hondurans today.

National Electric Power Company (ENEE), Public Relations representative, Sandra Poncese said a transformer in northern Honduras shorted out, which caused the blackout.

Some areas of San Pedro Sula have regained electricity, but different municipalities of the country continue to experience a blackout. It is estimated that it will take approximately two hours before service could be restored completely.

The Island of Utila had a dip in power at that time, but electricity was immediately restored.

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