Monday, October 31, 2011
Seymour residents cope as entire town remains without power (video)
By Michelle Tuccitto Sullo
Naugatuck Valley Bureau Chief
SEYMOUR — After the weekend storm battered her home, resident Florence Fadden tried to get some sleep, but couldn’t.
Fadden decided to take advantage of the shelter the town opened up, at Seymour Middle School, 211 Mountain Road.
On Monday, Fadden, who lives alone, was sitting comfortably in the school’s library, visiting with other residents and enjoying water and pastries.
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