Power outage, low water pressure plague city

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Lights flickered briefly in some Seymour neighborhoods while others fell dark for as long as two hours Saturday evening.

About the same time, some neighborhoods reported a brief interruption of water service followed by low pressure that eventually rebuilt.

Seymour Police Officer Jon Watson said Saturday night he was unsure what caused the utility hiccups. He said a number of low-water-pressure alarms were triggered, including one at Tractor Supply on East Tipton Street at 6:33 p.m.

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