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Fire, Trees Down In Enfield; Power Out In Tolland After Sunday Storm

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Sundays storms caused many problems in the northern part of the state.

Connecticut Light and Power reported that customers were without power in Tolland as of Monday Morning

A home, believed to have been hit by lighting, caught on fire Sunday in Enfield after a storm came through and down a number of trees in town.

A two and half story home on Prospect Street in the Thompsonville section was damaged by a fire leaving six people displaced. Two residents were hurt, one person broke their arm and another coming down stairs and fell and hurting their back

The fire was until control in 40 minutes.

A tree fell on the roof of the house at 22 Crescent Beach Drive in Enfield. It was reported around 7 p.m. last night. The house has been deemed uninhabitable.





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