WILTON - Residents in Wilton are among the more than 200,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers still without electricity.
Volunteers have been handing out cases of water all day at Wilton High School and say they will continue through Saturday.
First Selectman Bill Brennan says nearly 60 percent of residents are without power.
Brennan says that the reason for the delay is downed trees. He says the town is photographing and documenting each and every fallen tree so it can submit claims to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Connecticut Light and Power has agreed to add six additional crews to the area.
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