Full power restoration could take a week

Connecticut Light and Power officials say state residents could be without power for a week or maybe more.The storm knocked out power to more than

NORWALK - Connecticut Light and Power officials say state residents could be without power for a week or maybe more.

The storm knocked out power to more than 800,000 customers across Connecticut.

CL&P officials say close to 400 crews are out and working and another 300 could join them by tomorrow.

This morning, the company reports more than 750,000 customer are still waiting for the lights to come on.

Meanwhile, United Illuminating expects to restore power to all of its customers by the end of the day.

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