An overview of southeastern Connecticut after the blizzard
From sledders taking the hill on the first hole fairway at the Norwich Golf Course to clean-up crews on Bank Street in New London to covered Stonington Point, aerial photographs by Day chief photographer Sean D. Elliot who flew over southeastern Connecticut Wednesday, show how the region fared after Tuesday's blizzard.
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