Power outage in west end Toronto ends

Power has been restored in the city's west end after a blackout that, at one point, left some 2,000 customers in the dark.
A blackout in the city's west end left some 2,000 Toronto Hydro customers in the dark on Tuesday afternoon. (Chris Young/The Canadian Press)

Power has been restored in the city's west end after a blackout that, at one point, left some 2,000 customers without electricity. 

Toronto Hydro said shortly before 6 p.m. that power had been restored to the remaining 500 customers in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood. 

The boundaries of the outage were: Bloor Street West, south to Lake Shore Boulevard West and Parkside Drive east to Roncesvalles Avenue. 

There was no immediate word on what caused the outage. 

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