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TDs pitch black outside and this is -- thousands of people in Connecticut -- walking around neighborhoods and their homes using flashlights.
Tim Salem and his family are fed up at right now we've got the camera light on so they can see -- you don't want -- -- off.
And this is what you're dealing with in this how you're getting -- -- the -- yet with the answer lastly combination.
Battery powered battery power correct.
And you have kids two little ones yet.
How you guys been do you like this do you ever put this up by your face -- can actually see you.
How you guys -- -- with this at night well it's been difficult misty and Todd Russell just got their generator today -- days after the storm hit.
How does an electrician and they gave up their first generator to help out somebody else elderly customers that.
Needed needed that more than.
That was very generous abuse continuing your family -- generator for how many day two days.
-- -- -- have heat hotline nothing like that nothing meanwhile governor Dan Malloy toward -- Red Cross shelter in Danbury.
He says what is important right now is restoring power and keeping people safe.
Hospitals appear have been inundated with cases of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Do not run a generator in your house to not run your car and you're garage these are all things that are making people sick today.
And endangering lives today and that has got to be a big part of our focus.
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