Power restored after Fairfield outage

The power is back on for homes in Fairfield after a power outage last night. Police say a transformer blew around 9 p.m. near the

About 1,500 were left in the dark last

About 1,500 were left in the dark last night after a transformer blew.

FAIRFIELD - The power is back on for homes in Fairfield after a power outage last night.

Police say a transformer blew around 9 p.m. near the corner of Black Rock Turnpike and Jennings Road.

United Illuminating reported more than 1,500 customers lost electricity.

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