Carmen storm crossed Brittany this Monday morning. Strong winds up to 130 km/h led to falling trees, especially in the Morbihan. Enedis identified up to 40,000 homes without electricity in the morning.
By late morning, 40,000 homes were without electricity in Britain, according to a statement provided by Enedis. The passage of the Carmen storm caused many fallen trees when they were not the roofs of barns that flew …
Morbihan was most affected, with 28 000 private homes in current, including 15,000 on the Quiberon peninsula . 5000 homes were without electricity in Finistère and Ille-et-Vilaine, and 2000 in Côtes d’Armor.
Enedis mobilized 250 agents to restore power.