Crews are working to clean up trees and restore power in dozens of Massachusetts communities after Sandy brought damaging winds to the state. “We have a fair amount of tree damage and a number of trees that have taken down wires and others that hit houses,” said Paul Chagnon, assistant fire chief in Newton. Chagnon said firefighters will have a better estimate on the exact number of down trees once crews go out and start working.
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