This morning several roads in Yorktown remain closed due to downed trees, including Crow Hill Road, Hanover Street, Stoney Street, Mohegan Avenue, Hunterbrook Road, Lexington Avenue, White Hill Road.
Detour signs are posted where appropriate. Officials said they urge drivers to use caution as the roads may appear to be in satisfactory condition, but the blacktop could be undermined.
4,799 NYSEG customers continue to be without power as of this morning. The company will be distributing dry ice to residents in the area. Information on the distribution location will be made available as soon as it becomes known.
Hundreds of Con Ed customers are also without power this morning. Dry ice from the company will be distributed on Monday, Aug. 29, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. throughout Westchester, including Yorktown at the Triangle Shopping Center, located at 20 Triangle Center. Instructions for safe handling and disposal are printed on the bag for residents who pick up dry ice. For more on our story, .
Supervisor Susan Siegel said town town officials are working closely with Con Ed and NYSEG on the restoration of power, and "residents are asked to be patient."
Phone service to the was knocked out last night and all calls are being redirected to the county police, Siegel said. As of 8 a.m., Town Hall remained without electricity.