Updated: Thursday, 19 Jul 2012, 7:01 PM EDT
Published : Thursday, 19 Jul 2012, 7:01 PM EDT
(WTNH) -- Calls poured into our mailbox to talk about the Elvis impersonator who left his kids alone in a hotel room for over an hour. Folks also wanted to talk about our coverage of Wednesday's big storm.
"I think it's absolutely disgusting that father can walk by several times, and not even walk in to check on his own children," said Mandy in Groton. "God only knows what could have happened to those babies. The judge did the right thing and so did the casino."
"I'm very proud of that woman Candace Murray that you did a story on about starting the Hamden watch group," said Karin in New Haven. "More people need to start doing that especially with the rise in crime in the New Haven and Hamden area. And I just want to say good for her and kudos to her."
"Northeast Utilities response time definitely seems like they got it under control now. Lost power at 4:15 yesterday. It was restored at 5:20. What a surprise considering it's always many hours or days before restoration," said Heidi in Harwinton.
"Anybody who had any damage to the roof from trees falling, a fence or whatever, don't deal directly with the insurance company. Get a public adjuster and you'll get your fair price, because the insurance company will not give you a fair price," said Mike in New Haven. "Get a public adjuster."
"It must have been a slow news day, but there was an enormous amount of coverage for the thunderstorm that came through," said Sheila in Waterbury. "It wasn't a tsunami. It wasn't a typhoon. It wasn't a hurricane. It was a thunderstorm. And then they spent hours after that detailing every tree in the state they could find."
If you have something you want to sound off about, call the Voice of the People hot-line at 203-212-WTNH.