EDISON - Garden State residents are starting to clean up the damage following yesterday's historic pre-Halloween storm.Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) declared a state of emergency due to the storm, which saw the heavy snow caused many trees across the state to fall.PSEG and JCP&L reported there were still more than 200,000 customers without power this morning, and that it could take days to restore power to everyone.The storm also wreaked havoc on NJ Transit, with the Morris & Essex, Gladstone and Montclair branches suspended due to downed trees and wires.

Heavy snow leaves tree branches littered across New Jersey

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