HARTFORD - State officials say they are troubled by a new report that shows how unprepared Connecticut Light and Power was for Tropical Storm Irene and the October nor?easter. The report was put together by Witt Associates, a crisis management consultant firm, whose representatives say they worked in conjunction with state officials. During testimony today, the group's vice president said Connecticut Light and Power failed to restore power outages quickly enough during Tropical Storm Irene and the October nor'easter, leaving thousands in the dark for more than a week. However, the report highlighted that, despite dangerous conditions, no worker was killed on the job. A CL&P spokesperson says the company hopes its own investigation and several changes in leadership will improve their response the next time.Blumenthal wants more changes after Butler resignationMore than 500,000 remain without power in CT