200 Customers Still Without Power; Several Roads Still Blocked in Framingham

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FRAMINGHAM – At 11 a.m. Friday, there are still about 200 customers out of 30,000-plus still without power, after Wednesday night’s storm, according to Eversource.

The free drive-thru COVID testing at Walsh Middle School was cancelled for the second consecutive day.

According to Framingham DPW the following roads still have issues:

  • Winch Street between Edmands and Grove – Tree down blocking road completely, impassable and in wires
  • Hodder Lane to Singletary to Checkerberry –  Tree now clear, still impassible due to wires *Eversource onsite at of 11 a.m.
  • Lanes End                                                                        Tree down blocking road completely, impassable and in wires
  • Brigatti Terrace to Jay Rd                                            Tree down blocking road completely, impassable and in wires
  • Spring Lane                                                                     Tree down blocking road completely, impassable and in wires

  • Rolling Lane to Oakvale                                               Tree down blocking road, impassable and in wires *Eversource onsite as of 11 a.m.
  • Fay Road at Route 135                                      Wires down with tree limbs, completely blocked and impassable
  • Elliot between Hartford and Elder                            Tree down blocking road completely, impassable and in wires
  • Indian Head Heights                                                      Hanger in the wires- impassable
  • 67 Warren Road                                                             Tree down blocking road, impassable and in wires *Eversource onsite
  • Walsh Middle School                                                    Public works cleared tree issues, but wires still involved * Eversource onsite as of 10:35 a.m.

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