November 10, 2017 06:44 AM
The first snowfall of the season brought along some problems.
The wind knocked out power for hundreds of people in Webster overnight. The power was restored Friday morning, but still caused some headaches.
Homeowners in Webster are frustrated because anytime there are high winds, they say power always goes out. Wind gusts overnight in some places were 40 miles per hour, and that's why some don't have power.
"It just keeps happening over and over again, we're always losing power down here,” says Kathy Saunders from Webster. “In March, my house was 47 degree. I had a propane heater running in the basement trying to keep the pipes from freezing. I know it's not safe, but what do you do?"
Created: November 10, 2017 06:44 AM
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