Transformer Fires Cause 2,000 Naugatuck Residents to Lose Power

Power was restored a couple of hours later.

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About 2,000 Naugatuck residents were left in the dark for a couple of hours Wednesday afternoon after a transformer exploded, the Waterbury Republican-American reported. 

The transformer fire occurred around Horton Hill Road near the intersection of New Haven Road. By 2 p.m. power had been restored, the paper reported. 

Read the Waterbury Republican-American’s full story here. 

Nancy Sasso Janis June 18, 2014 at 06:11 PM
Except for Kingswood Drive area where it took until 5:03 pm to be restored.
chuck June 18, 2014 at 09:51 PM
Left in the dark?? It was dark out? On a Wednesday afternoon? What...was there an eclipse today too? Who writes these articles? Please don't tell me this was taken from the Waterbury Rep-Am. Can anyone string together two sentences that make sense?? Please?? Anyone???
Marilyn Mezzio June 18, 2014 at 11:13 PM
Sometimes I'm left in the dark lol...It's just a silly way of saying no power on a hot day !!!!


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