JPS says efforts underway to restore power to areas still affected by outages
The Jamaica Public Service, JPS is working to restore power supply to as many areas as possible, by tonight (September 28).
Customers in many parishes are still experiencing disruptions due to fallen trees and other issues associated with strong winds and heavy rainfall, during the passage of Hurricane Ian.
Clarendon and St. Catherine account for most of the outages, with Moores district and sections of May Pen in Clarendon, and Linstead in St. Catherine being most impacted.
The JPS said crews were hindered by the adverse weather conditions, but with some improvement, the company made headway yesterday (September 27), and significant progress is anticipated tonight.