Greenwich crews clean up after storms

Crews were out in Greenwich today cleaning up the mess left behind by yesterday's storms.

Crews were forced to close down parts of Riverside Avenue and Indian Head Road to remove a downed tree and repair power lines on which it fell.

Officials say that Greenwich was one of the hardest hit areas in southwestern Connecticut. They hope to have all power restored by tomorrow. Extra help has been brought in from New Jersey to expedite the cleanup and repairs.

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