WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- White Plains Department of Public Works crews were busy clearing the debris that the nor'easter littered across local streets Monday. Their work helped re-open six intersections by the end of the workday Monday.The intersection of Fairway Drive and Ridgeway and the corner of Thelma Place and Coralyn Avenue are currently being worked on.Drivers should continue to be wary of the following intersections, which are still closed: Copper Beech Circle and Pinebrooke Boulevard, Ethelridge and Richbell roads, Romar Avenue and Brad Lane, Kass Road and Mansfield Road, Archer Avenue and Hawthorne Avenue, Park Circle and Parkview Court, and Hemlock Circle and Avondale Road.The city estimates that 3,746 people in White Plains are still without power. The United Way would like to remind White Plains residents that their 2-1-1 helpline is prepared to offer information about shelters, road closures, recovery services, power outages, and other post-storm inquiries. Has your family recovered from the Nor'easter yet? How bad was the storm in your neighborhood? Join the conversation below.
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