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Widespread power outages are still affecting East Windsor, Hightstown, and Cranbury in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. While there has been no significant flooding reported, many trees and power lines are down and roads are rendered impassable.

No injuries have been reported, and officials and utility companies continue to work on the recovery process.

As of Tuesday evening, JCP&L reported 10,725 East Windsor customers without power, while 2,090 Hightstown customers are without. In Cranbury, anywhere between 501 and 2,000 customers are without power.

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Judy DeBp;t November 01, 2012 at 12:44 PM
Until 2011 my mother was a resident of The Orchard on One Mile Road in East Windsor. Have you been able to venture into that area to survey the damage? I enjoyed the photos you posted and had actually been to some of the areas shown. Having gone through hurricanes Ivan and Katrina here in Florida, I know what everyone is going through. Hang in there and keep safe. Things will get better. Judy DeBolt, Pensacola, FL
SLSmith November 06, 2012 at 12:35 AM
THe Orchard lost a lot of those Bradford Callery Pear Trees on the One Mile Road Side. They had to use Front loaders to clear one mile road. Also the utility poles were snapped all along one mile road and you couldn't even get out of one of the drives into the orchard.


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