Trees Down in Hamden, Manchester, Old Lyme and Waterford

Emergency crews are dealing with downed trees in several cities and towns this morning.

Heavy winds knocked down trees and braches, which came down on an unoccupied car in Hamden.   

Eversource was reporting around 860 power outages in its coverage area on Thursday. It's not clear if they were weather related. 

Route 32 in Waterford, Mile Creek Road between Somerset Lane and Flat Rock Hill  Road in Old Lyme and Wetherall Street in Manchester were closed because trees are down. 

Police said the tree in Manchester came down on Wetherall Street, near Cougar Drive.

State police, as well as Waterford Police, said a large tree fell across Route 32, near the connector and Maple Road, and power lines are down. 

State police said Mile Creek Road in Old Lyme is closed between Flat Rock Hill and Somerset Lane because a utility pole snapped and a tree and wires in roadway. Seek alt route.

There is also a tree down across Packard Street in Bloomfield. It's not clear if the road is closed.

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