Officials assess damage from downed trees, power lines

Downed trees and power lines could pose a threat to people across Connecticut. Officials say crews spent the day making the streets safe, not trying

BRIDGEPORT - Downed trees and power lines could pose a threat to people across Connecticut. Officials say crews spent the day making the streets safe, not trying to restore power. "This is not a power on day," Gov. Dannel Malloy said today. "This is an assessment day." United Illuminating officials say 200 crews were out surveying the damage today, starting at 4 a.m.

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