HARTFORD - Gov. Dannel Malloy (D-Conn.) said during two different news conferences today that he's upset with the lack of crews coming from out of state to help restore power.Utility companies say there are more than 600,000 customers still in the dark across the state."I want to be very clear that I'm not interested in excuses or apologies...what we need is action and we are moving in that direction," he said.Earlier today, he called on the Department of Energy for assistance, and he said it responded by sending in 6,000 workers. Connecticut Light and Power said it has 1,400 crews repaired power lines, poles and clearing debris. It expects an additional 400 crews to be working by the end of the week.Its president said the crews are working as hard as they can and that CL&P hopes to have power fully restored by Sunday.VIDEO: Gov. Malloy's Tues. night press conference on storm recovery

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