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Help After Isaias, Cooling And Charging Stations

Saurabh Das
Associated Press
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Some municipalities are offering charging stations and other aid as residents wait for the power to come back.

New Haven residents can charge devices at their local public library during regular hours.

People in Bridgeport and Stamford are being directed to certain school buildings to revive their devices.containers and charge their devices at the city’s fire department headquarters.

Danbury officials are allowing people to fill water bottles and charge their devices at the city's Fire Department Headquarters.

Nassau County Executive Laura Curran says cooling centers are open at Cantiague and North Woodmere parks and the Wantagh Administration Building.

In Suffolk County,  Southampton residents can take advantage of a cooling and recharging station at the Hampton Bays Community Center.
If it's an emergency and you need immediate attention, call 911.


Eversource: 800.282.2000

United Illuminating: 800.722.5584

Connecticut Red Cross: 877.287.3327

SPCA of Connecticut: 203.814.9334

Long Island:

PSEG-LI: 800.490.0075

National Grid (Gas Service): 800.490.0045

American Red Cross: 516.747.3500

Suffolk County SPCA: 631.382.7722

Nassau County SPCA: 516.843.7722