Homeowners bracing for more rain

Many southwestern Connecticut homeowners are hoping they won't have to spend Monday night bailing out their basements as more rain moves in.Cleanup services say they've

DARIEN - Many southwestern Connecticut homeowners are hoping they won't have to spend Monday night bailing out their basements as more rain moves in.

Cleanup services say they've been working nonstop cleaning up flooding caused by last weekend's storm.

Joe Pelli from ServPro says that the storm provided a one-two punch for homeowners - heavy rain and winds. That combination knocked out power, rendering many sump pumps useless.

Pelli says one basement in Darien had 5 feet of water in it last week.

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