Wilton residents wake up to heat

About 50 residents in Wilton are waking up with heat this morning after CL&P restored power that had been knocked out in the storm.They had

WILTON - About 50 residents in Wilton are waking up with heat this morning after CL&P restored power that had been knocked out in the storm.

They had been depending on generators, fireplaces and blankets to keep warm.

The residents on Old Farm Road didn't get power back until 2 p.m. yesterday.

Connecticut Light and Power spent the past two days working to restore power to more than 1,100 Wilton residents.

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