Mount Vernon suffers damages after powerful nor'easter

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A powerful nor'easter slammed the east coast Friday causing heavy rains and wicked winds across the Hudson Valley.

There were reports of fallen tree and downed powerlines across Westchester County.

One of the hardest hit places was Mount Vernon.

News 12 has learned that four trees were downed in the area and damaged homes.

There were up to 3,000 power outages reported in Mount Vernon

DPW crews say they will be out today trying to clean up some of the damage.

The mayor is encouraging residents to call 211 instead of police if they have any damages or downed powerlines.

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