Fairfield County’s Meals on Wheels program was back on the road on Thursday for the first time since Friday’s storm.
Agency officials said that hit delivering meals to their clients.
The agency delivered over 600 meals to residents on Thursday after Friday’s storm put a halt on delivery service on Monday and Tuesday.
The organization delivered meals and checked on clients – some who have not had power for more than seven days.
A generator the agency purchased back in December powered their refrigerators and freezers and helped save most of the food, however, the roads were still a concern.
Downed power lines, trees and road closures caused dangerous road conditions and made it difficult for the agency to deliver the food.
Kelly Metcalf, a driver for Meals on Wheels, said that work proceeded as usual.
"We all got a call last night saying the power was on and report to work and it was meal delivery as usual," Metcalf said.
As of Thursday evening, Fairfield County Meals on Wheels officials said that all of its clients were accounted for and were fed.
Officials said that they would be back on the road on Friday.
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