Tree brings down power lines in Port Washington

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PORT WASHINGTON -

Three days after the nor’easter, many Long Island residents are still dealing with storm damage.

In Port Washington, a tree fell on a house.  It landed on the top left window, where the homeowner was sleeping at the time.

He was able to make it out of the house safely.

PSEG was at the house working to fix a utility pole that was taken down when the tree fell so the residents could have power again.

News 12 was told that the tree could only be removed once the power was restored and the lines weren't live.

The nor’easter also caused other damage, including flooding in Bay Shore and Amityville and Babylon.

Those who still have outages are asked to call 1-800-490-0075. Those who registered for PSEGLI My Service alerts, can also text the word “out” to PSEGLI.

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