01:43AM, Friday 25 May 2012
More than 60 Maidenhead homes were without power this morning after a fault in an underground cable.
A low-voltage cable broke at about 4.30am leaving homes in St Marks Crescent and St Pauls Gardens without electricity.
Southern Electric engineers restored power at about 10.15am.
Spokesman Kirsty Irons apologised for any inconvenience for customers and said they were investigating the reason for the fault.
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