Officials: Power restored to thousands after ice storm

Officials say that power has been restored to thousands of residents across southwestern Connecticut after icy tree branches took down several power lines.According to Connecticut

NORWALK - Officials say that power has been restored to thousands of residents across southwestern Connecticut after icy tree branches took down several power lines.

According to Connecticut Light & Power and Northeast Utilities, around 5,800 customers were without electricity at the height of the outages.

Officials say Norwalk was one of the hardest-hit areas with nearly 4,000 powerless homes this morning.

Connecticut Light & Power Northeast Utilities

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