GREENBURGH, N.Y. — While Con Edison reported that it could take up to a week before all power is restored to Greenburgh, residents can enter their local information into the utility's website to get a better estimate.
The 8,000 Greenburgh residents who remain without power should not assume that Con Edison is aware of the problem in that area, according to Con Edison. Greenburgh residents can type their landline numbers into " Report Electrical Problem " on Con Edison's website and find the day and time that their power is estimated to be restored.
"We're working with the limited resources that we have in attempting to restore," said Con Edison spokesperson Sara Banda. "We do face a lot of challenges specifically in Westchester County because there are more roads closed down in that area."
Banda added that crews will attend to areas that serve the largest amount of customers first.
As of 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Greenburgh police reported that the following roads were still closed:
- Hillside Avenue, from North Road to Valimar Boulevard
- Mountain Road, from Taxter Road to Saw Mill River Parkway
- Sprain Road at Boulder Ridge
- Underhill Road, from Paradise Drive to Hearthstone Circle
- West Hartsdale Avenue, from Secor Road to Ridge Road
- Fort Hill Road, from Jackson Avenue to Ardsley Road and from Underhill Road to Longview Avenue.
About 40 secondary roads were also still blocked by trees, police said.
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