Some Mamaroneck residents still left in the dark following nor'easter

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Many residents in towns hit hard by Friday's nor'easter like Mamaroneck were still left wondering Sunday when their electricity would come back on.

Lori Friedli, who lives on Beechwood Drive, says Con Edison isn't working fast enough, especially with neighborhoods all over Mamorneck in the dark.

"They had notice well in advance that a storm was coming," she says. "They knew it was going to be on a weekend. Why didn't they engage more people to be out there?"

Friedli says she worries about those who are more vulnerable and who might not have generators.

"There are elderly people that live in this area. What about them?" she asks.

Residents living on Raleigh Road are not only dealing with loss of power, but also the added danger of downed live wires.

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