North Country gets back on track after wild weather
In Grafton County, Warren was among the towns with the most damage.
“The fire department was out with their chain saws last night, helping the road crew. Most everything is opened up again. I think they may still be working on Moses Road now,” Sackett said about 3:30 p.m. Monday.
Power company outage maps were showing by midday Monday that electricity had been restored to most residences and businesses. Pittsburg reportedly lost 100 percent of its power Sunday.
She said that outage occurred before the storm arrived, and was likely due to a damaged transformer.
“The sun was still shining at that time. We got some rain and thunder later,” she said.
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