A New Haven apartment building was evacuated Monday after concerns the roof might collapse under the weight of heavy snow.
A plow struck a utility pole in Manchester Monday, knocking out power to part of Buckland Hills Mall and the surrounding area.
Some cities and towns have yet to plow streets or entire neighborhoods.
Police said they preliminary investigation indicates that four pedestrians were walking along the shoulder of the roadway before the crash.
Police said they have set up four entry points to New Haven to discourage travel to prevent impediments to intensive snow removal efforts, police said.
State police have closed Interstate 91 from exit 40 in Windsor to the Massachusetts state line because of ice on Monday morning, according to state police.
A historic blizzard halts travel on buses, trains, flights and driving.
Mary McCormack, 79, of Prospect, was snow blowing her driveway on Straitsville Road around 8:30 p.m. on Friday when a vehicle struck her and fled, police said.
Police said it appears they died of carbon monoxide poisoning when they went to listen to music in the car.
In New Haven, the big dig-out continued Sunday after the massive storm dumped 34 inches of snow, paralyzing the city.
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