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CL&P Took Crews Off the Road Due to Powerful Wind Gusts

Winds clocked at 35 mph as the eye of the storm heads toward New Jersey.

Monroe town officials were informed that Connecticut Light & Power removed its crews from the roads Monday, because of powerful gusts of wind at around 5 p.m. Winds are clocked at 35 mph here and 11% of the town has lost power.

According to weather reports, the eye of Hurricane Sandy is supposed to touch ground in New Jersey in about one hour.

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