GREENWICH, Conn. -- UPDATE 1:30 p.m. Power has been restored to the west part of Greenwich after Monday morning's outage, according to Connecticut Light and Power spokesperson Mitch Gross.
Almost 500 people are without power after a tree branch knocked down a utility line Monday morning, according to Connecticut Light and Power.
Streets affected include: Moshier Street, Weaver Street, Byram Terrace Drive, Arther Street, Almira Drive, Hawthorne Street South, Chapel Street and Reynolds Place.
Connecticut Light and Power is aware of the outage and is working to restore power to those customers.
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