- There are many side roads that are closed throughout the state right now – impossible to count how many
- Eversource up to 596,000 customers without power; over 15 towns are over 95% without power (outage map-> https://outagemap.eversource.com/external/default.html)
- UI has 103,000 customers without power; North Branford, Orange, and Woodbridge are among the hardest hit towns in their service area (outage map)
- State parks are expected to reopen at noon today following Tropical Storm Isaias
- Both electric companies say restoration of electricity may take longer than usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic and safety protocols that are in place
- Metro North is not operating today on the New Haven line due to storm damage
- A man was killed by a falling tree in Naugatuck and is the only known death in Connecticut so far: https://www.wtnh.com/news/connecticut/new-haven/66-year-old-man-dies-after-being-hit-by-falling-tree-in-naugatuck/
Shelters across the state will be coordinating with 2-1-1 to help those in need. Please check on your neighbors, animals.
United Way 2-1-1 is Connecticut’s statewide, 24 hour, information and referral service. Click on the links below for local, state and federal information and resources available to Connecticut residents regarding extreme weather events.
Dept. of Emergency Services & Public Protection- 860-256-0800
Department of Transportation- 860-594-2000
Connecticut 211- 1-800-203-1234
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