Hurricane Sandy Hits Fairfield County

Water floods Weed Avenue in Stamford near high tide Monday at 11 a.m. Photo Credit: Paul Kowalczyk
More flooding around noon Monday on Weed Avenue in Stamford. Photo Credit: Paul Kowalczyk
Ring's End Road in Darien was flooded during high tide on Monday. Photo Credit: David Smith
The surf overran Pear Tree Beach in Darien Monday morning. Photo Credit: David Smith
Water began washing over the dock at the Sunset Grill restaurant in East Norwalk Monday Morning before high tide. Photo Credit: Brian MacDonald
Fairfield Beach Road at Penfield Road flooded early Monday. Photo Credit: Fairfield Police Department
Noroton Yacht Club in Darien at high tide Monday morning. Photo Credit: Charles Barthold
Pear Tree Point Beach in Darien at high tide Monday morning. Photo Credit: Charles Barthold
Flooding on Rowayton Avenue and Crockett Street in the Rowayton section of Norwalk. Taken Monday afternoon. Photo Credit: Gil Kernan
A flooded section of Day Street in South Norwalk, taken at about 12:30 p.m. Monday. Photo Credit: Katharine Fausel
Flooding at the entrance to Contentment Island in Darien. Photo Credit: Robin Stineman
A playground on Sea Beach Drive is taking on water as Hurricane Sandy approaches the Stamford. Photo Credit: Stamford Fire & Rescue Department
West Beach in Stamford is completely submerged under water as Hurricane Sandy nears. Photo Credit: Stamford Fire & Rescue Department
Bluff Avenue in Rowayton, which leads out to Bell Island, was flooded Monday. Photo Credit: John Winfield
No burgers today. Norwalk's popular food stand Overton's on Seaview Avenue is flooded Monday. Photo Credit: Edwin Ruiz
A wave rolls toward Ledge Road in Greenwich Monday. Photo Credit: Noah Fram Schwartz
Warncke Road in Wilton Photo Credit: Maria Fernanda Prado
Water rises on one side of the hurricane barrier in Stamford Harbor. Photo Credit: Stamford Police Chief Jon Fontneau
Water floods Taylor Farm in Norwalk during Hurricane Sandy. Photo Credit: Mark Boccanfuso
Hurricane Sandy caused damage at Noroton Yacht Club in Darien. Photo Credit: David Smith
The clubhouse at Noroton Yacht in Darien was damaged during Hurricane Sandy. Photo Credit: David Smith
A tree fell across Deer Hill Avenue in Danbury during Hurricane Sandy. Photo Credit: Chris Hoelck
A tree snapped at Southern Boulevard and Mountainville Avenue in Danbury. Photo Credit: Chris Hoelck
Flood waters carried a boat onto Elizabeth Street in South Norwalk Photo Credit: Rick Reardon
Rowayton: Hurricane Sandy's storm surge inundates Rowayton. Photo Credit: Contributed
New Canaan: Trees were down on North Wilton Road at the entrance to St. Luke's School. Photo Credit: Contributed
A tree was blown down in Stamford after Hurricane Sandy arrived. Photo Credit: Scott Binner
Boats washed up among houses on Gregory Boulevard in East Norwalk following Hurricane Sandy. Photo Credit: Tim Buono
Sand, debris and toppled benches at Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk following Hurricane Sandy. Photo Credit: Don Capone
The washed away pier at Calf Pasture Beach in Norwalk following Hurricane Sandy. Photo Credit: Ilyse Weinstein
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FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. — Readers across Fairfield County are sharing their photos of Hurricane Sandy as it hits the area. 

Check our photo gallery or send your photos to reporter Jes Siart at jsiart@dailyvoice.com

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desireeserrano:

Attn: Norwalk Residents, I live near NCC College I just noticed when I was giving my pets some water, there is a yellow tinge in the water, not sure if I am the only one affected by this and it only happened just now.