Summer's first storm leaves scattered damage in CT

NORWALK - A severe line of thunderstorms left scattered damage across southwestern Connecticut this morning.

A large tree was felled by lightning on Walter Avenue in Norwalk. Neighbors say they felt the whole block shake when it happened.

Firefighters and utility workers were out in Westport, where power lines were downed and five homes were struck by lightning. The strikes resulted in three structure fires.

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