Governor Takes Aerial Tour Of Damage

(Pool photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
Gov Malloy surveys damage Pool Photo Bettina Hansen Hartford Courant
WINDSOR LOCKS - CT - 10/31/11 - Governor Dannel P. Malloy surveyed damage from a Black Hawk Helicopter Monday after an October Nor'easter left over half the state without power. BETTINA HANSEN | bhansen@courant.com/pool
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Malloy aerial damage survey Pool Photo Bettina Hansen Hartford Courant
Malloy aerial damage survey Pool Photo Bettina Hansen Hartford Courant
Torrington/Litchfield - CT - 10/31/11 - Downed trees and frozen swimming pools were a common sight in the Torrington/Litchfield area seen from the helicopter that Governor Dannel P. Malloy rode in to survey damage from this weekend's October Nor'easter that left over half the state without power. BETTINA HANSEN | bhansen@courant.compool
File photo of roads. (Pool photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
Malloy aerial survey Bettina Hansen Hartford Courant Pool Photo
NEW BRITAIN - CT - 10/31/11 - Not many cars are on the road today as most schools and businesses are closed. Seen from the helicopter that Governor Dannel P. Malloy rode in to survey damage from this weekend's October Nor'easter that left over half the state without power. BETTINA HANSEN | bhansen@courant.compool
File photo of roads. (Pool photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
Governor Malloy Surveys damage in a helicopter
Governor Malloy Surveys damage in a helicopter
TORRINGTON - CT - 10/31/11 - Cars back up at a Shell gas station on East Main Street in Torrington after this weekend's October Nor'easter that left over half the state without power. BETTINA HANSEN | bhansen@courant.compool
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Governor Malloy Surveys damage in a helicopter
WINDSOR LOCKS - CT - 10/31/11 - Snow is piled on rental cars near the airport seen from the helicopter that Governor Dannel P. Malloy rode in to survey damage from this weekend's October Nor'easter that left over half the state without power. BETTINA HANSEN | bhansen@courant.com ORG/pool
(Pool Photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
(Pool photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
Malloy Copter Tour Pool Photo Bettina Hansen Hartford Courant
WINDSOR LOCKS - CT - 10/31/11 - Governor Dannel P. Malloy, left, and Roy Occhiogrosso, right, prepare to get in a Black Hawk Helicopter at the Army Air Support Facility to survey damage from this weekend's October Nor'easter that left over half the state without power. BETTINA HANSEN | bhansen@courant.compool
(Pool photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
(Pool photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
Malloy survey Pool Photo Bettina Hansen Hartford Courant
MANCHESTER - CT - 10/31/11 - Line crews work in the Manchester area to repair damage from this weekend's October Nor'easter that left over half the state without power. Seen from a helicopter that Governor Dannel P. Malloy used to survey damage around the state. BETTINA HANSEN | bhansen@courant.compool
(Pool photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
(Pool Photo/Bettina Hansen/Hartford Courant)
Malloy Tour Pool Photo Bettina Hansen Hartford Courant
PLAINVILLE - CT - 10/31/11 - Plainville High School's sports fields sit empty seen from the helicopter that Governor Dannel P. Malloy rode in to survey damage from this weekend's October Nor'easter that left over half the state without power. BETTINA HANSEN | bhansen@courant.compool
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