UPDATE: Repairs Complete — Two Greenwich Roads Are Open

Updated: 3:05 p.m., June 6
Both Palmer Hill and Dingletown roads have been reopened to traffic, according to Greenwich Police.

Police said Palmer Hill was reopened by late morning Friday and Dingletown, between Perkins and Doubling roads, was reopened about 2:30 p.m.

Information on what caused the downed pole and wires was not immediately available.

Original story: 9:53 a.m., June 6
Two Greenwich roads remain closed mid-morning Friday, the result of continuing repairs for downed utility poles and wires, according to Greenwich Police.

Shortly before 6 a.m., police reported that Palmer Hill Road, between Florence and Cross Ridge was closed because of a downed utility pole.

And about 7:45 a.m., police reported that Dingletown Road, between Perkins and Doubling roads, was closed because of downed wires burning in the roadway.

According to Connecticut Light & Power's website, about there are about 88 customers without power, or .32 percent of the 27,930 customers in Greenwich.

It was not immediately known when repairs would be completed and the roads reopened.

Patch will update this story as details become available.


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