Storm Watch: Downed trees in Wilton

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Eversource Energy crews attempted to restore power to some residents in Wilton Wednesday night after a downed tree took out power lines.

News 12's Marissa Alter reported from Route 7, where messy road conditions persisted into the night.

The day's wet, heavy snow and strong wind downed trees and power lines, causing some road closures in Wilton. Eversource crews work performing work on Route 106.

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