State activates Emergency Operations Center due to storm

Gov. Malloy says the partial activation allows officials to monitor the storm and be prepared for any problems that may arise.

Gov. Malloy says the partial activation allows officials to monitor the storm and be prepared for any problems that may arise. (2/5/16)

HARTFORD - Gov. Dannel Malloy partially activated the state's Emergency Operations Center to track the storm.

Malloy says the partial activation allowed officials to monitor the storm and be prepared for any problems that may arise.

DOT trucks were out overnight prepping the roads before the morning commute.

 

 

 

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