Thousands lose power in storm

About 500 people in Redding remain without power following Thursday night's heavy winds.The storm knocked down trees across southwestern Connecticut.In Darien, a falling tree on

REDDING - About 500 people in Redding remain without power following Thursday night's heavy winds.

The storm knocked down trees across southwestern Connecticut.

In Darien, a falling tree on Rings End Road left hundreds in the dark. Power to those homes was restored last morning.

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