Some Port Chester residents suffer through the heat without power

Some Port Chester residents were forced to suffer through the hot weekend without power.

As the temperatures soared into the 90s again, residents in the Weber Drive houses off Midland Avenue tried to keep cool without air conditioning. Many children in the area cooled down in sprinklers, while adults tried to salvage food in their refrigerators.

Con Edison officials say they hope to have the electricity turned back on Sunday night.

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