Fairfield DPW crews prepare for third nor'easter

<p>Connecticut residents are preparing for yet another storm in the forecast as cleanup continues from last week's powerful nor'easter.&nbsp;</p>

News 12 Staff

Mar 12, 2018, 10:06 AM

Updated 2,265 days ago


Communities hit hard by last week's nor'easter were bracing Monday for yet another storm.
News 12 Connecticut's Lauren Fabrizi was at the Department of Public Works in Fairfield. Monday's prep comes after Public Works had a busy weekend cleaning up from last week's storm. 
At one point, more than 170 roads in town were blocked off because of downed trees and power lines from last week's storm. More than 3,000 people had no power.
Crews aren't expecting Tuesday's storm to be as severe as last week, but they say there could still be some downed trees and power lines throughout town. News 12 Connecticut is told cleanup efforts will likely resume Wednesday.
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