Redding remains in the dark

Redding town leaders say it will not be until tomorrow afternoon that the majority of crews will be able to begin accessing the damage left

REDDING - Redding town leaders say it will not be until tomorrow afternoon that the majority of crews will be able to begin accessing the damage left by this weekend's storm.

Officials report 97 percent of the town is without power today.

At Redding Town Hall, residents are stocking up on water and charging their phones and computers.

Town leaders say this storm hit Redding more severely than Irene did this summer.

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