Hurricane Sandy: Storm Damage in Port Chester

More collapse on waterfront promenade; several trees down from high winds.

While Hurricane Sandy's full force still hasn't hit Port Chester, officials say the village has experience some flooding and downed trees.

The most notable damage so far on Monday was additional collapse of a section of the waterfront promenade along the Byram River. Police said no one was injured since the area is closed off to the public.

Nearby, police have Abendroth Avenue closed near Westchester Avenue. Police said the village marina area and part of Abendroth Avenue were flooded early today and the street remains closed as a precaution.

Several trees fell during the day and a downed power line was sparking on South Regent Street.

No new areas have been added to the evacuation list in Port Chester. As a resule of the ordered issues Sunday night, police said 13 village residents have sought shelter. The Red Cross is operating an emergency shelter at Port Chester High School.

The areas affected by the evacuation order are:

1. Riverdale Avenue from Putnam Avenue to the Town of Greenwich boundary line.
2. Grey Rock South 
3. North Main Street (river side) from Mill Street to Town of Greenwich boundary line

A home on Leicester Street was struck by a tree and damaged.

Know of more storm damage? Let everyone know in the comments section below. Also, upload your storm photos here on Patch.

Concerned citizen October 30, 2012 at 03:35 AM
What a disaster
Joe alampi November 12, 2012 at 01:09 AM
Wow i lived in PC for 39years never saw that kind of distruction its been 21yrs since i ve been there, my prayers r with you Joe Alampi


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