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Falling tree branch knocks out power in part of Scotia Monday

Scotia fire chief Kenneth Almy, left, and Glenville Codes Officer Arnold Briscoe talk to the owners of a home on North Ballston Avenue after a large tree branch came down on their garage Monday.
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Scotia fire chief Kenneth Almy, left, and Glenville Codes Officer Arnold Briscoe talk to the owners of a home on North Ballston Avenue after a large tree branch came down on their garage Monday.

SCOTIA – A falling tree knocked out power to a part of Scotia Monday afternoon.

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The incident happened just before 1 p.m. at an address on North Ballston Avenue.

The branch came down on a garage and snapped a utility pole.

A National Grid outage map showed a small outage in the area of the fallen branch, with 14 customers impacted and an estimated restoration time of 11 p.m.

Scotia firefighters and a Glenville codes officer responded.

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