Several roads remain closed in the Bedford area as Con Edison, NYSEG and local Highway Department crews continue cleaning up from the pair of storms that ran roughshod over the region.
Nearly 20,000 Westchester County residents remain without power following back-to-back storms that decimated the Hudson Valley, including 33 Con Edison customers and 866 NYSEG customers in Bedford.
The downed trees and power lines led to school closures for the Bedford Central School District.
The Bedford Fire Department issued an update on Friday morning, a week after the first storm hit, regarding roads that remain closed.
- Byram Lake Road;
- Route 172 West from West Patent to McLain Street;
- Fox Lane;
- Jingle Lane;
- Orchard Lane.
Roads Blocked With Wires:
- Railroad Avenue;
- Bedford Center Road;
- Church Street and Woodland, where a transformer burst;
- 177 Clinton Road;
- Davids Hill and Bedford Center;
- Babbitt Road;
- Shady Brook Lane;
- Jay Street;
- Old Post Road;
- North Salem Road;
- Broad Brook Road.
Roads Blocked Without Wires Down:
- Whitlockville Road;
- Davids Way;
- Mianus River Road;
- Cherry Road;
- Oliver Road;
- Upper Hook Road.
Crews are actively working to clear the roadways and mutual aid crews have been working around the clock to restore power to Hudson Valley residents, businesses and schools.
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