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Tuesday June 11, 2019 (2 weeks ago)


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FALMOUTH — Falling sticks and debris from an osprey nest on a utility pole took out a primary power line and caused 1,000 customers to lose power for about two hours Tuesday.Eversource workers responded to the pole, located on Thomas Landers Road near the ramp on to Route 28. After they found there were no eggs or osprey chicks in the nest, workers removed it and put up a corrugated plastic covering to deter osprey from rebuilding at that location. 

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