Downed trees and power outages: Tropical Storm Fay leaves its mark in New Jersey

Some New Jersey residents woke up Saturday to ongoing power outages and downed trees after Tropical Storm Fay made landfall Friday.

News 12 Staff

Jul 11, 2020, 1:56 PM

Updated 1,381 days ago

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Some New Jersey residents woke up Saturday to ongoing power outages and downed trees after Tropical Storm Fay made landfall Friday.
The storm brought heavy rain and winds that caused damage and flooding in multiple cities.
A tree removal crew arrived in Teaneck to clean up what was left of a massive tree that was destroyed by the storm.
As of Saturday morning, PSE&G had 226 customers without power, including 90 in Bergen County. JCP&L had 1,069 customers without electrical services, mainly in Warren, Passaic and Morris counties.
There was also flooding in various cities including Point Pleasant Beach, Hoboken and Jersey City.
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