Crews out working to keep Norwalk streets from flooding

It's been two days since the last snowflake fell, but for many streets across southwestern Connecticut, leftover snow could pose a problem.

More than two dozen crews are out in Norwalk Monday performing "push backs" to keep streets from flooding. That means pushing back the snow from catch basins, and vacuuming out the water and debris that may clog it up once the snow starts to melt.

Norwalk's Department of Public Works has a list of more than 30 places that tend to flood.

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