Power has been restored to nearly 500 customers after an early morning outage near Sudbury airport Monday.
Tiziana Baccega Rosa, a senior media relations advisor for Hydro One, says it happened around 6:16 a.m. when equipment at the top of a hydro pole failed, causing a fire.
Power has been restored as of 9:30 a.m., after crews replaced two switches.
Dawn Larsen, marketing and communications manager for Greater Sudbury Airport, tells CTV News that the airport operated on emergency backup power for a short time with no impact to operations.
Baccega Rosa says an equipment reset may be necessary to fully restore hydro service at the airport.
#TRAVELAERT The Greater Sudbury Airport is temporarily without electrical power due to a transformer across the street having caught fire. Electrical crews are on the scene working to restore power. #CHECK YOUR #FLIGHT #STATUS before leaving to the airport.— GreaterSudburyAirport (@SudburyAirport) January 13, 2020