Substation Problem Knocked Out Power to 4,600

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Power is out for people in Wethersfield and Rocky Hill.

    Power was out for around 4,400 Connecticut Light & Power customers in Wethersfield and around 200 in Rocky Hill because of a problem at a substation in Rocky Hill, but now there are fewer than 1,500 power outages in the state.

    The problem began around 10 a.m. and multiple circuits are affected.

    As of 11 a.m., the power remained out for around 900 people in Wethersfield.

    CL&P crews have been working to identify and fix the problem.