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Fairfield schools close due to safety concerns following nor'easter

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Thousands of people are still without power following Wednesday's powerful nor'easter.

Hard-hit towns such as Fairfield were forced to close school again Friday because dozens of roads remain blocked off.

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UI reports around 1,600 customers in town were still without power.

Fairfield's first selectman said UI will have a plan in place by Saturday as to when power will be restored.

There are several warming centers across western Connecticut, including one at Black Rock Church.

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