3 storm-related deaths in Connecticut, New York

  • 3 storm-related deaths in Connecticut, New York

3 storm-related deaths in Connecticut, New York

More than 90,000 customers of the state's two major utilities remained without power on Wednesday morning, a lot of them in the western part of the state.

Tuesday's storm brought down power lines, and at one point all four counties were under a tornado watch. There were almost 50 reports of hail in states including Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and CT, it said.

A man was sitting in his truck when a tree fell on it, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton told FOX61.

State police say a tree fell on a vehicle in the neighboring town of New Fairfield, killing one person. Police in Newburg said the girl and her mother had arrived home and were unloading the auto when strong winds knocked the tree onto the vehicle. He deployed 125 members of the National Guard to help remove toppled trees and debris, and fix downed power lines across the state. He was hurt when a dugout at a baseball field collapsed at Henry Abbott Technical High School.

The Brookfield Police Department said on its Facebook page that First Selectman Steve Dunn had "declared a town disaster". Firefighters used power tools in an attempt to cut away the tree and rescue the girl.

Lightning strikes led to vehicle and structure fires in New Jersey.

Airlines canceled and delayed flights in and out of the region.

Damage to train tracks from severe weather has suspended Brunswick, Maryland's MARC's Brunswick Line service.

There were more than 100 reports of hail in states including Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and CT, the National Weather Service said.

Much of the east coast from North Georgia up through Pennsylvania and New Jersey will likewise see rain in the next three days.