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Thousands across region without power

Downed wires, trees have utility crews scrambling

In Rowley yesterday, Brian Herdman, a utility worker with the Rowley Light Department, cut fallen trees that blocked Hillside Street, making the road impassable for traffic. In Rowley yesterday, Brian Herdman, a utility worker with the Rowley Light Department, cut fallen trees that blocked Hillside Street, making the road impassable for traffic. (Jim Wilson/ Globe Staff)
By Travis Andersen
Globe Staff / February 27, 2010

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Massachusetts was still reeling yesterday from a Thursday night storm that brought heavy rains and high winds, felled numerous trees and wires, and cut electrical service to thousands of people. (Full article: 738 words)

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