LYNDON — Over 800 Lyndon residents lost power Monday night after crews shut down the Pudding Hill Substation for repairs on a power line. Lyndonville Electric officials said the outage lasted about three hours and affected customers primarily on Vail Hill and Pudding Hill. The cause was a tree that fell on a line in a gully between Pudding Hill and Route 5.

The power came back on briefly during the outage but had to be shut-down again after another broken piece of equipment was discovered at the substation.

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