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Belltown Fire Department responds to numerous calls for downed trees, wires in Stamford

The Belltown Fire Department says it has been responding to calls nonstop for downed trees and wires since Isaias ripped through the area Tuesday.

News 12 Staff

Aug 5, 2020, 6:51 PM

Updated 1,417 days ago

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The Belltown Fire Department says it has been responding to calls nonstop for downed trees and wires since Isaias ripped through the area Tuesday.
Some residents on Haig Street can't even get to their homes due to trees. The fire department put up caution tape, but that didn't stop some drivers.
There are no reported injuries in the area.
Sheila O' Grady, who has lived on Haig Street for more than three decades, says she's never seen a storm like this one.
She says she plans to stay inside for the day to allow for more cleanup.
Karen Nilsson says a tree in her front yard collapsed, wrecking her roof. Part of the tree also landed on her neighbor's garage.
Some neighbors tell News 12 they do have power, but many on the block are still in the dark.
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