State of emergency remains in Bridgeport

Bridgeport is cleaning up after a massive storm caused widespread damage throughout the city yesterday.The National Weather Service will be surveying the damage to determine

BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport is cleaning up after a massive storm caused widespread damage throughout the city yesterday.

The National Weather Service will be surveying the damage to determine if the storm was officially a tornado.

Residents reported seeing a funnel cloud passing through the city. National Weather Service meteorologist Richard Castro said the weather service issued a tornado warning for the area, but would need to survey the area to confirm that one had hit.

Thousands of people in Bridgeport and surrounding communities remain without power this morning.

No serious storm related injuries have been reported.

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