Brief power outage at Leonard Morse Hospital building – News – MetroWest Daily


Outage lasted for for more than one hour.

NATICK — Power has been restored to one building at Leonard Morse Hospital after it briefly went out on Thursday afternoon.

Equipment failure at 2:40 p.m. caused the outage at 67 Union St. The situation was fixed at 4 p.m., according to a spokesman at Eversource. The rest of the hospital’s campus was not affected.

Leonard Morse is fed by two power sources. A main line feeds all buildings, except for the one that lost power. That building gets power from a backup power source that sustained equipment failure.

Henry Schwan is a multimedia journalist for the Daily News. Follow Henry on Twitter @henrymetrowest. He can be reached at hschwan@wickedlocal.com or 508-626-3964. 



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