Southeastern shoreline towns are cleaning up and assessing damage after the hurricane, which brought a record storm surge. WNPR’s Harriet Jones reports.
Outside his Stonington home, Gary Giramonti is wading through several feet of water.
“We left Monday morning, and just came back this morning after a neighbor said, called and told us you need to get back”
The structure, which faces Fishers’ Island sound is still standing, but the interior has been turned upside down.