Crews continue to clean up after storm

A plow truck gets a supply of road salt (Image: Shutterstock)

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH)– We are checking in with cities, towns and state agencies to see how things are going after the Shoreline Winter Storm. From East Haven to New Haven, crews were preparing for the storm.

News 8’s Noelle Gardner talked to East Haven’s Mayor Joe Maturo Sunday morning. He says the cleanup up there is going smoothly. They got the plow trucks out cleaning up the streets and trying to get everything back to normal.

And in New Haven the city put 45 rucks on the road to clean up the snow.

Director of Emergency Operations Rick Fontana spoke with News 8 on how the clean-up effort is going in the video above.



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