Power was out in the South Easton area for an hour and 20 minutes Tuesday night and early Wednesday.
If your alarm didn't go off at the right time Wednesday morning, you can blame bad weather and high winds. A tree tree limb fell across wires on Bay Road late Tuesday night, shutting down power for approximately 2,000 Easton households for one hour and 20 minutes. The tree limb fell at 11:53 p.m., National Grid spokesperson Debbie Drew said, sending workers to the scene. By 1:15 a.m., full power was restored to the area, she said. The outage affected mostly South Easton residents from Five Corners to Borderland State Park and in-between.
How do you rate National Grid's response in Easton during "Snowtober"?
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
We'll be asking Easton Patch readers a different question every weekday. Questions could range from local decisions made by officials, to state issues, to national politics and entertainment. Whatever it is, we want to know what EASTON thinks! For the second time since late August, National Grid, the power company that serves Easton and many other nearby communities, had its hands full after an October snowstorm knocked out power for more than 600,000 Massachusetts residents. After Hurricane Irene, many Easton officials were upset with National Grid's response. Some residents were without power for nearly a week. This time, however, most residents in Easton who lost power had power back within the first day, despite three poles that fell …