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Storm Athena Knocks Out More Power in Rye

Several hundred homes are newly without power after the snowstorm knocked it out.

Two areas in Rye are powerless and others remain without power after winter storm Athena caused a transformer to blow and slowed Con Edison restoration progress, according to Rye City police.

A loop at Milton Point went out of power when a transformer blew, leaving about 700 in the cold, Police Commissioner William Connors said Thursday.

An area around Bradford Park that had not lost power during or after Super Storm Sandy swept through is now without power due to the snowstorm, he said.

Con Edison is working to restore the Milton Point area but Connors was unsure of when Bradford Park residents will see the lights come back on.

They are probably going to continue restoration work in the areas affected by Sandy first, he said.


Do you live in Bradford Park or around Milton Point? What is your power situation like?  

 

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We live love rye November 08, 2012 at 09:59 PM
We live in the end of the Midland avenue, closer side for Portchester... And still no sign of recovery of power at 17:00 pm. Very cold and...stressful.

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