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UPDATE: Mona Road JPS to have power tomorrow

Published: Friday January 10, 2014 | 5:49 pm Comments 0
An utility worker walks by a burnt pole on Mona Road where a tank truck exploded yesterday. – Ricardo Makyn photo
An utility worker walks by a burnt pole on Mona Road where a tank truck exploded yesterday. – Ricardo Makyn photo
A tank truck on fire which had exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Photo by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
A tank truck on fire which had exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Photo by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
A tank truck on fire which had exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Photo by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
A tank truck on fire which had exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Photo by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
A tank truck on fire which had exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Photo by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
A tank truck on fire which had exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Photo by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Firefighters examine what was left of the tank truck that exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Ricardo Makyn photo
Firefighters examine what was left of the tank truck that exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Ricardo Makyn photo
Firefighters examine what was left of the tank truck that exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Ricardo Makyn photo
Firefighters examine what was left of the tank truck that exploded on Mona Road yesterday. – Ricardo Makyn photo

The Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (JPS) says there will no longer be a need to suspend electricity tomorrow for several St Andrew communities affected by yesterday's gas truck explosion along Mona Road.

The JPS had earlier said several communities would have lost power for nine hours to stabilise its service in the area.

Six-thousand customers had lost electricity in the aftermath of yesterday’s fire.

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