ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Western New York landscape workers are still fixing the damage six weeks after a powerful windstorm — and the labor may continue until mid-summer.

WHEC television in Rochester ( ) says the work includes both debris removal and replacing what the storm took away.

Winds gusting to 80 mph also knocked out power across a wide swath of western New York on March 8 and 9. More than half of the 200,000 outages were in the Rochester area.


Information from: WHEC-TV,

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