Ida Drops 7 Inches Of Rain On Fairfield County Shoreline
Parts of Connecticut saw near-record rainfall from the remnants of Hurricane Ida. The storm also caused widespread outages.
Norwalk reported more than 7 inches of rain — and nearly as much fell in Stamford, Greenwich and other towns along the Fairfield County shoreline. Parts of Interstate 95 flooded overnight near Bridgeport and White Plains, according to the Connecticut Department of Transportation.
A state trooper in Woodbury was died after he reported his cruiser was swept away in overnight floods. Sergeant Brian Mohl was found as flooding receded on the Pomperaug River.
Eversource reports about 20,000 people lost power during and after the storm, into Thursday morning.
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