Residents: Plow knocked down mailboxes in Norwalk

Some Norwalk residents say Tuesday's storm left them with mailboxes in need of replacing.

Some Norwalk residents say Tuesday's storm left them with mailboxes in need of replacing. (3/16/17)

NORWALK - Some Norwalk residents say Tuesday's storm left them with mailboxes in need of replacing.

Mr. Mailbox, a business on Cross Street, says it has been busy with repair and replacement calls over the past two days. The shop received more than 20 orders on Wednesday, and another dozen on Thursday.

Resident Chris Shearn believes his damaged mailbox was the result of cleanup efforts after Tuesday's storm dumped several inches of snow in the region.

Shearn says he's contacted the city about his replacement and is hoping it can cover some of the cost.

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