Utility crews work to reconnect power in Burrillville following snowfall

Photo: WPRI/ Brian Yocono

BURRILLVILLE, R.I. (WPRI) — After Sunday morning’s April snow, a wide range of snow totals were recorded across the area.

The sun came out mid-morning to help clear the roads but heavy snow was piled high on tree branches.

The snow was too heavy for trees along West Ironstone Road, where police had to block passing traffic while utility crews worked to reconnect the power.

At the height of the storm, National Grid reported more than 4,200 people were without power. According to the Power Outage Database, only 28 customers remained without power Sunday night.

Eyewitness News reporter Brian Yocono made his way through several communities from Burrillville to Pascoag. See his report in the video above. 

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