Power Outages Continue to Plague Smithtown

Hurricane Sandy's wrath creates 33,854 outages in Smithtown, St. James, Nesconset, Village of the Branch, Head of the Harbor and Nissequogue as of 6 p.m.

Hurricane Sandy has kept much of Smithtown in the dark and as of 6 p.m. Tuesday the outages continue to rise. For the 6 p.m. update, LIPA has reported 52,884 homes in the Town of Smithtown are without power.

Specifically in Smithtown, St. James, Nesconset, Head of the Harbor, Village of the Branch and Nissequogue, there are 33,854 outages. Here is a breakdown of what areas are missing power:

  • Smithtown – 19,015
  • St. James – 6,876
  • Nesconset – 3,188
  • Village of the Branch – 2,252
  • Head of the Harbor – 1,452
  • Nissequogue – 1,071

Throughout Suffolk County there are 460,419 outages.

Check out LIPA's outage map here.

Cassandra Broadway October 31, 2012 at 03:39 PM
Any word on when they will start assessing how long it will be. Lipa's site sucks!


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