Westport residents continue to clean out Sandy-damaged homes

WESTPORT - Westport residents continue to clean out homes damaged by Sandy two weeks ago.

Approximately 250 homes in the town were flooded and more than 30 homes were hit by falling trees.

"We have about a half dozen [homes] that are severely structurally damaged," said Andrew Kingsbury, Westport Fire Chief. "A few of them probably will have to be torn down."

Representatives from FEMA have visited Westport and continue to survey the damage.

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