9:15 a.m., Tuesday, Oct. 30
WMLP Superintendent Donald Newell provides the following update on latest outages:
By 9:00 PM I anticipate that we will have scattered outages in the following locations:
Benvenue Area (Telco set poles) +/- 100 Customers
Hillside Road +/- 20 customers
Carver Road (Telco set poles) +/-20 customers
Hampshire Road +/-50 customers
Bristol Road +/- 25 customers
Duxbury Road +/- 20 customers
We are hopeful that we can have these locations fixed by midnight.
Dick Joyce, director of Wellesley Municipal Light Plant, email to Wellesley Patch on outages: If there is no further damage we expect to get all of Wellesley back on by midnight.
Power lines down on Seaver Street, fire reported
From Wellesley Police:
The Wellesley Police, Fire, and Electric Light Departments are responding to LIVE electrical wires and trees down all over Wellesley. Many roads, including Washington Street and Route 9 have become flooded.
Please do NOT approach any type of wires down. Trees have blocked many of the side streets, and it will be an extended period of time before they are removed.
The Wellesley Police Department strongly urges people to stay off the roads at this time.
Shops in downtown Wellesley are closing.
1:50 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29
Wellesley Police have tweeted that police are on-scene with a tree down, blocking the road on Maurice Road. http://twitpic.com/b8jq7o
8:39 a.m. Monday, Oct. 29
Whole Foods, Roche Bros. and the post offices are open today.
5:45 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28
Wellesley schools have been canceled Monday, Oct. 29.
4:12 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 28
The Wellesley School Department has yet to issue word on whether school is cancelled or not tomorrow.
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