The Jamaica Public Service Company today (May 16) reported that weather conditions currently affecting Jamaica have caused damage to sections of the island’s power delivery system, resulting in outages to customers in several parishes.

In a release, the company stated:

“We have deployed our technical teams, who are now working to restore service to sections of Kingston, St Andrew, St Catherine, St Mary, St Ann, St James, and Clarendon.”

The communities affected by weather-related power outages include:

· KINGSTON & ST ANDREW: Lawrence Tavern, Belmont, Florence Hill, Cassava River, Waterloo Avenue, Plantation Heights, Roberts Field, Mount Charles, Seamore Lands, Johnson Town, Nannywille, Vineyard Town and Drewsland

· ST MARY: Moneague, Dillon Town, Highgate, Port Maria, Cypress District, Cascade

· HANOVER: Esher, Dias

· ST ANN: Cascade, Wild Cane District, Iron Gate

· ST JAMES: John’s Hall, Spring Mount, Tangle River

· CLARENDON: Hayes Square, Denbigh Dr., Frankfield

· ST CATHERINE: Sections of Portmore, Old Harbour, Sandy Ground, Golden Acres
We will make every effort to restore power to the affected areas as soon as possible, the pace of restoration is being slowed by continuing rain, landslides and flooding.

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The Jamaica Public Service Company today (May 16) reported that weather conditions currently affecting Jamaica have caused damage to sections of the island’s power delivery system, resulting in outages to customers in several parishes.In a release, the company stated:'We have deployed our technical teams, who are now working to...

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