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Power Restored At Jeffrey School After Three-Hour Partial Outage

Power outage may have been caused by a squirrel, a school spokeswoman says, one that most likely is no longer with us.

 

A power outage at Jeffrey School from around 7:30 a.m. to around 10:30 a.m. has been resolved by Connecticut Light & Power Company officials, a school spokeswoman says.

"The power is back on and fully functional," she said around 10:45 a.m. "The power came on about 15 minutes ago."

She said CL&P officials said the cause of the power outage was, most likely, a squirrel.

"A squirrel that is no longer with us," she said. "He's gone on to a better life."

This is the note that Jeffrey School Principal Kathryn Hart sent out to parents earlier Tuesday to keep them informed.

 

October 16, 2012


To the Parents / Guardians of Jeffrey School Students:

At approximately 7:30 this morning Jeffrey School lost some power and lighting. Many classes have lights and other classes have been relocated to areas of the building that have lights. The CL&P work crew will be working on the issue as soon as possible.

Many teachers and office staff are unable to receive e-mail messages, so please call the Main Office  at  (203) 245-6460 with any urgent messages.

Lunch will be served per the normal schedule.

Thank you.

Kathryn Hart
Principal

 

And this is her message sent at 11:15 a.m.

 

October 16, 2012


To the Parents/Guardians of Jeffrey School Students:

Power is now fully restored at Jeffrey School and the day is continuing as normal.  Thank you to all the students and staff for handling the situation with ease.

Kathryn Hart, Principal

 

Jack October 16, 2012 at 04:39 PM
A squirrel may have been killed that caused the outage, a full coverage of the squirrels funeral will be reported on Madison patch, that seems to be a top story for patch cause they report every little thing that happens in Madison...

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