Stonington among Conn. towns hard hit by Sandy

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October 31, 2012, 12:55 pm
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(NECN: Brian Burnell, Stonington, Conn.) - In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Connecticut governor Dan Malloy is back out Wednesday assessing damage.

Hundreds of thousands of people remain without electricity there and the state's two utility companies aren't yet saying when power will be fully restored.

NECN’s Brian Burnell is in Stonington, Conn., a town that faces the Atlantic Ocean, and is not protected by Long Island Sound. Watch his attached video report for more information.

Tags: connecticut, power outage, storm damage, Stonington, hurricane sandy, Gov. Dan Malloy
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