Hurricane Sandy left thousands without power as it made its way through Tolland Monday.
At one point Monday evening,, equal to 92 percent. As of 10 p.m., the number had declined to 75 percent.
About a dozen roads were closed as of Monday evening, due to entangled trees and wires. CL&P will address several priorty road closures at 7 a.m. Tuesday, according to Emergency Management Director and Public Safety Director John Littell.
Littell asks residents to use caution if they start moving around town tomorrow.
"Just be careful as a lot of power lines are still down," he said. "Lines can still be energized from a neighbor's house or down the road."
Tolland schools are not in session Tuesday, and there won't be garbage pick up.
All of the fire houses were being run on generator late Monday night. Littell said that the EOC will remain open on Tuesday.
Littell said that an estimate for power restoration is not yet available.
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