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DEEP updates list of open, closed state parks and areas following Isaias(WFSB) - Many of Connecticut's state parks, forests, campgrounds and wildlife management areas reopened, but several remained closed due to damage from Tropical Storm Isaias. Friday, the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection released a list of what's open and what's closed. American Legion – Austin Hawes Campground OPENBelding Wildlife Mgmt. Area CLOSEDBigelow Hollow SP OPENBlack Rock SP OPENBlack Rock Campground OPENBluff Point SP OPENBurr Pond SP OPENChatfield Hollow CLOSEDDay Pond SP CLOSEDDevil's Hopyard SP OPENDevil's Hopyard Campground OPENDinosaur SP CLOSEDEagle Landing SP OPENFort Griswold Battlefield SP OPENFort Trumbull SP OPENGardner Lake SP OPENGay City SP CLOSEDGillette Castle SP OPEN – Castle closedHaddam Meadows SP OPEN – No swimming (MA sewage spill)Hammonasset Beach SP – Day-use (Beach area) OPENHammonasset Campground OPENHarkness Memorial SP OPEN (portable toilets only)Haystack Mountain SP OPENHousatonic Meadows SP and Campground CLOSEDHopeville Pond SP OPENHopeville Pond Campground OPEN (portable toilets only/no power)Hurd SP OPENIndian Well SP OPENKent Falls SP CLOSEDKettletown SP CLOSEDKettletown SP Campground CLOSEDLake Waramaug SP CLOSEDLake Waramaug SP Campground CLOSEDLover’s Leap SP CLOSEDMacedonia Brook SP and Campground CLOSEDMansfield Hollow SP OPENMashamoquet SP and Wolf Den Campgrounds CLOSEDMillers Pond SP OPENMohawk Mountain SP CLOSEDMount Tom SP OPENOsbornedale SP OPENPachuag SF – inc. Green Falls and Mt. Misery campgrounds OPENPattaconk Recreation Area – Cockaponset SF OPENPierrepont State Park and boat launch CLOSEDPenwood SP CLOSEDPeoples SF OPENPutnam Memorial SP CLOSEDQuaddick SP and boat launch CLOSEDRocky Neck State Park – Day-use (beach) OPENRocky Neck SP Campground CLOSEDSalt Rock SP and Campground CLOSEDScantic River SP CLOSEDSeaside SP OPENShenipsit SF OPENSherwood Island SP CLOSEDSilver Sands SP OPENSleeping Giant SP OPENSouthford Falls SP CLOSEDSquantz Pond SP OPENStratton Brook SP OPENTalcott Mountain SP CLOSEDTankerhoosen Wildlife Mgmt. Area CLOSEDTopsmead SF OPENWadsworth Falls SP CLOSEDWest Rock Ridge SP CLOSEDWharton Brook SP CLOSED Officials in New Haven also said Lighthouse Point Park is closed due to storm damage, saying there is no power to the lighthouse, and no working bathrooms. DEEP preemptively closed state parks before Tropical Storm Isaias hit the state on Tuesday. CT State Parks, State Forests and State Campgrounds will close at NOON today, Tuesday, August 4th in advance of Tropical Storm Isaias.&mdash; CT State Parks (@CTStateParks) <a href="">August 4, 2020</a> All campers were required to leave campgrounds at that time, DEEP said. All day-use areas of parks also closed. The decision was made after a review of the forecast and an assessment from the state Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security. DEEP said campers will automatically receive a refund for the nights' camping fees that were missed. Campers who do not check back in to the campground after the storm will receive a refund for the remainder of their stay. Because all day-use areas of parks and forests closed at noon on Tuesday, DEEP did not charge anyone for parking at its shoreline parks as visitors.
Evacuations underway after gas leak in NewingtonNEWINGTON, CT (WFSB) - Several residents have been asked to leave their homes as crews work to mend a gas leak near Main Street. Fire officials say that a tree came down onto the roof of a home on East Robbins Avenue during the storm on Tuesday. On Saturday morning, the homeowner heard a loud noise before a pipe burst followed by the aroma of gas. About six residents in the area of East Robbins Avenue by Main Street have been evacuated as a result and additional residents were alerted of the leak. CT Natural Gas crews have shut the gas off and are repairing the broken gas line located under the street. No injuries have been reported as of yet. Surrounding fire departments, including Wethersfield, Berlin, and Rocky Hill, have been called in to cover all calls that come in to the Newington Fire Department's station. Fire officials said that this the first gas leak Newington crews have had to deal with since after the storm passed through on Tuesday. It is possible that the crews that were at the residence where the tree fell on to may have played a factor in the leak. Stay with Ch. 3 on air, online, and in our app for the latest updates.
Lake Compounce reopens, Quassy remains closed(WFSB) - Two of the state's amusement parks announced on Wednesday that they would be closed due to damage from Tropical Storm Isaias. Lake Compounce in Bristol posted to Facebook that it sustained damage and is in the process of cleaning it up. "We apologize for the inconvenience and will update you on the status of [Thursday] as soon as we can," the park said. On Thursday, Lake Compounce said it would reopen on Friday. Quassy Amusement Park in Middlebury was also impacted by the storm. It closed on Wednesday and has remained closed. There is no word at this time when the park will reopen.
Additional crews join clean-up efforts as Eversource expects 99% of outages restored by Tuesday nightHARTFORD, CT (WFSB) -- Many cities and towns, some with almost all of its residents, are still in the dark as of Friday morning. Eversource said it initially had 450 crews out on Wednesday working on restoration and clean-up efforts. That number grew to 700 on Thursday. The company then said they would be expanding that fleet to 1,200 by Friday. <a href="" target="_blank">RELATED: Eversource expects 99% of outages restored by Tuesday night as towns call response 'epic failure'</a> Utility trucks were seen early Friday morning staged at various locations, including downtown Hartford before they headed off to job sites. As of Saturday at 9:45 a.m., 286,706 <a href="" target="_blank">Eversource</a> outages remained, which is 22 percent of its customers. <a href="!ut/p/z1/tZLJboMwEIafpQeOyGYLcKQIZSlLFgjgC3KCQxyFJcRJ8_g1bapUkRqqqvVp7PH883n8AwQSgCp8pgVmtK7wnu9TNMgUyXNGqg19Y6xqcBYsPP_FDWWoSCB-eGGgAPSTevjNsmBf_RIggNYVa9gWpCdaEYaLNru9QYBbgnPSCrA-8RQ5CrAlTd2yMyWvH0cCvMV7emSdYrOmOUjNzcbAK0kRVxJRRTWXZREbkiGu4MDIeQLqptLdjm0vG7rBs-VmduCHThKCVIDR2HdCazjP_C80oytN8Ekzf6dZcoLgSnOL3Y4m7vsC9HiAcUfY80d9Giln0G8K0NR0rmBa2lKdyFOdN-lGCKKqbkvumsXvRjiLnDnv9K_THEEw6fMUN73cerZX8EdgthVptalBcm8bkNzZhpfR3eGALG7IumLkwo_-yJFNGUWloZRiAndaURoXcRhPXevpDbAYwJs!/dz/d5/L2dBISEvZ0FBIS9nQSEh/?WCM_GLOBAL_CONTEXT=%2FUINETAGR_Navigation%2FHeader%2FOutages%2FReportViewOutage%2FViewOutageList" target="_blank">United Illuminating's</a> outages were at 26,834. Thursday evening, Eversource said they estimate storm restoration will be “substantially complete” by Tuesday at 11:59 p.m. "Substantially complete means fewer than one percent of customers are still without power,” Eversource officials said in a statement. Eversource told state regulators they expected between 125,000 and 380,000 thousand outages to come as a result from Tropical Storm Isaias. The final number ended up being twice that. "Tuesday, when we saw how big this was, and it was all people from everywhere we could get them, we brought them all in," said Craig Hallstrom, Regional President of Electrical Operations for Eversource. At 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, Eversource said crews had restored power to more than 552,000 customers. On Friday, the National Weather Service confirmed that an EF-1 tornado touched down on Tuesday in Westport. The tornado was confirmed to have touched down between 1:4 p.m. and 1:41 p.m. with winds reached between 95 and 105 miles per hour. The tornado traveled 50 yards and was measured to be 25 yards wide. As of 8:45 Saturday morning, Westport still has 9,980 outages, which is close to 80 percent of the town. <a href="" target="_blank">RELATED: Presidential emergency declaration approved for Connecticut</a> The Public Utilities Regulatory Authority is launching an investigation into Eversource’s plans and response to Isaias. <a href="" target="_blank">RELATED: PURA will investigate utility companies' preparation, response to storm</a> Also on Thursday, Gov. Lamont announced that he activated the Connecticut National Guard to assist in storm recovery. Stay with Ch. 3 for continuing coverage, and download the app <a href="" target="_blank">here</a> to stay updated if you don't have power.
Towns open phone charging stations, cooling centersAndover/Hebron- Charging station set up at Hebron Town Hall, Water available at Hebron FD. Bloomfield- The Alvin &amp; Beatrice Wood Human Services Center 330 Park Avenue Phone: 860-243-8361 Hours: 9:00 am - 9:00 pm The Town will provide water, but residents are asked to bring their own food. Please remember to also bring medications, emergency contact phone numbers, and any other items you may need during the day/Service dogs are always welcome. Please note: masks/face covering must be worn at all times; social distancing guidelines must be followed. Bristol- For those in need of water, we have set up a water filling station at our Water Treatment Plant located at 1080 Terryville Avenue. Please bring your own containers. Canton- Canton will open its Community Center (Multi-Purpose Room) as a cooling station &amp; device charging station from 3-7pm today. There are device charging stations set up outside at the front/rear entrance of the Library that you can use now. The Library will be open today from 3-7pm. Danbury- New Street Fire House has a charging station and water for our residents. East Haven- Mayor Carfora is opening the Senior Center, 91 Taylor Ave to serve as a charging station for electronic devices. Guilford- Bishop's Orchard is on city water and our outdoor spigot at the ice cream patio is available for self serve to fill your jugs or containers if you're out of power and need water. Come help yourself anytime but please remember social distancing and proper COVID-19 sanitation. Litchfield - Litchfield High School will be open Saturday and Sunday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. for residents to shower, recharge their electronics and water jugs, refill their water jugs, and access WiFi. Residents are asked to bring their own toiletries. The Litchfield Community Center will be open from 10 a.m. to noon so that residents can access restrooms, charge their electronic devices, and refill their water jugs. Madison- The town will be opening the Town Campus Emergency Shelter at the Town Gym starting at 10 am. Residents can use the facility to charge cell phones and take showers. Please bring your own chargers and toiletries, and use the supplied cleaning items after showering due to the pandemic. A maximum of 40 people can be inside the gym at one time and masks must be worn. Potable water is available at town hall, near the entrance facing the gym. Please bring your own containers. A water truck is being arranged to be located at the North Madison firehouse. Middletown - Mayor Ben Florsheim has announced that the city will be opening a cooling center and a medical needs center today. Both sites are open immediately. The cooling center is located in the City Hall Council Chamber at 245 deKoven Drive and will be open daily from until 8:30 PM until 4:30 PM. A medical needs center will be operational at Middletown High School, 200 LaRosa Lane, from 8:00 AM until 8:00 PM daily. The center, also not a shelter, will allow residents without electrical power to charge their cell phones, medical devices, and other items that require charging. Residents will be able to store any medication which requires refrigeration and have access to showers within the building. Morris- The Morris Fire Company has set up a charging station in the lower parking lot behind the Firehouse on South Street. Water is also available from the outside spigot in the same location. The Town Hall currently is without internet and phone service. The offices are open as well as the library. Most of the local roads have been cleared except Looking Glass Hill Road at the West Morris Road end. Some areas are single lane, proceed with caution. Eversource has said they will have a crew in town at some point today. North Haven - Middle school cafeteria open for shelter and charging station Old Saybrook- Old Saybrook Senior High School 1111 Boston Post Road. Southington- The Town of Southington will be opening a cooling center at the Calendar House, 388 Pleasant St., from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today, Wednesday August 5th and Thursday August 6th. Tolland- Conference room C will be open at the town hall from 9am - 3pm tomorrow as both a charging and cooling station. Also, The River of Life Church, 58 Gerber Drive, will have a charging Station available on Friday, August 7, 2020 from 9:00am to 3:00pm and Saturday, August 8, 2020 from 11:00am to 2:00pm. Waterbury- Fire department established charging stations for the public at Northside Fire House (please park on Ardmore Avenue), Station 5 (please park in the parking lot), Station 11 (please park on Fairfield Avenue), Station 10 (park anywhere downtown). Watertown, Woodbury, Prospect, Salisbury- LaBonnes Markets in Watertown, Woodbury, Prospect, and Salisbury are offering free phone charging stations and free water. Wolcott- Our Fire Dept at Company 3, 20 Potuccos Ring Rd are distributing water from a hydrant. You must bring your own containers to be filled. They will be doing this till 1pm.. Just remember that one side of Potoccus Ring in blocked.
Residents in Glastonbury trapped by trees and downed wiresGLASTONBURY, CT (WFSB) – With so many people in the dark, many of you are reaching out to Eyewitness News for help. Glastonbury is one of the hardest hit areas. We spoke to people who are in the dark, trapped in their own neighborhood. This is how Alisa Bartkoski enters and leaves her cul-de-sac on East Lake Shore Trail. “The only way for us to get out is to walk in and out through a wooded area where there are wires hanging down,” Bartkoski said. Bartkoski and her wife show how they navigate through downed trees and wires. Nearby, there’s a roadblock caused by fallen trees. While waiting for cleanup crews and electricity, this Glastonbury neighborhood took it upon themselves to mark the downed wires in case they’re still live. “It would be a little tricky if somebody needed medical attention right away,” Bartkoski said. “On this street, I’m sure over 50 percent of the people are 60 years old,” said Ron Crump of Glastonbury. Neighbors say a few people have medical conditions here, some live alone. We learned they called police about the situation but were told it’s up to Eversource. “It’s kind of just a waiting game now and seeing,” Bartkoski said.
Crash and vehicle fire closes part of I-84 in West HartfordWEST HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - A crash and vehicle fire is causing heavy delays on part of I-84 Eastbound in West Hartford Friday night. The Connecticut Department of Transportation says the highway is closed between Exits 40 and 41. The crash was first reported around 10:33 p.m. State police say there were minor injuries as a result of the crash and nobody was hurt in the fire. Stay with Channel 3 for updates.
VIDEO: West Hartford still cleaning up from IsaiasA lot of West Hartford is still in the dark and cleaning up from Isaias.
INTERVIEW: Eversource addresses ongoing concerns of outagesEversource spokesman Mitch Gross joined Eyewitness News at 6 p.m. to address ongoing concerns about widespread outages.
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