BRISTOL, Conn. (WTNH) — Around 300 tree crew workers from all over the region arrived at Lake Compounce Monday morning to use the park as a home base for restoring power to Connecticut residents.

This comes following the damage Tropical Storm Isaias caused statewide about a week ago. Their goal is to fully restore power by Tuesday evening.

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Crews from 12 states and Canada made the journey to Bristol to help with ongoing storm cleanup.

The crews started to arrive around 6 a.m. Monday and headed out after breakfast and a safety briefing. Crews are expected to work for around 17-hours today.