As far as I understand, when a line of communication or supply is interrupted, it can be said like this:
They cut off electricity yesterday.
Is it correct? At least Google shows this collocation is often used.
Now what if I want to give additional information as to who exactly was cut off. Can I use indirect object like for the verb give?
They cut off us electricity.
Or should I say:
They cut off electricity to us
And if neither is correct, how would you say it?