Updated at 9:45 p.m.
An estimated 2,205 out of 5,217 customers in Tarrytown lost power Monday night. Another 246 residents were without power in Sleepy Hollow. Con Edison officials were unclear Monday when the outage would be restored.
Updated at 3:45 p.m.
Roughly 85 residents on Irving Avenue lost power Monday afternoon. It is unclear when the outage would be repaired, Con Edison officials reported.
SLEEPY HOLLOW, N.Y. - Hundreds of residents in Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow lost power Monday as Hurricane Sandy's winds began to blow.
An estimated 85 residents on Irving Avenue in Tarrytown and 15 residents in the Webber Avenue neighborhood in Sleepy Hollow lost power, according to Con Edison reports. Authorities said the height of the storm was expected to hit the area later in the afternoon, but that intermittent power outages could be expected all day Monday.
"At this point, any outages are going to be storm related," said Allan Drury, Con Edison spokesperson. "We're seeing outages being reported throughout New York City and throughout Westchester."
It was unclear Monday afternoon when the power outages along the Webber Avenue neighborhood and Irving Avenue would be repaired, Con Edison officials reported .
"We're restoring people now and we'll continue to do so as long as conditions are safe for us to be out there," Drury said. "With all of the outages, we will do our best to work as quickly as possible to restore power as long as those repairs can be made safely."
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