Aftermath of storm continues to frustrate Westchester residents

The aftermath of the heavy rains and winds that brought down trees and power lines continues to frustrate residents in Westchester.

Route 9 in Mount Pleasant has been closed since Wednesday?s powerful storm knocked down a tree. That tree brought down two utility poles and crews are still working to clean up the heavily traveled road. Traffic is being diverted, creating gridlock conditions off Route 9.Con Edison and NYSEG are reporting 3,900 customers are still without power. The companies are hoping to have all power restored by Friday night. However, the road cleanup is expected to last into the weekend.

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