About 7000 homes were deprived of electricity Sunday in Brittany due to the passage of the storm " Dennis ", we learned from Enedis.
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According to the manager of the electricity distribution network, 2,000 homes are without electricity in Ille-et-Vilaine and in Finistère, 1,800 in Côtes-d'Armor and 1,400 in Morbihan. According to the Enedis regional communication, 450 agents are mobilized in the field to restore electricity. The number of homes affected is similar to those affected by the passage of storm Ciara last Monday, according to the same source.
Météo-France has placed Morbihan on orange rain-flood alert and Finistère on orange strong wind and rain-flood alert " The Dennis depression generates heavy rain and strong wind over Brittany, very rough weather throughout the north west ”, with“ strong waves on the coast of Finistère, Morbihan and on the bottom of the Bay of Biscay ”, indicates a Météo-France bulletin distributed on Sunday 6 am.