Partial power restored at Bradley International Airport

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (AP) — Officials with Connecticut’s Bradley International Airport say an early morning power outage that left travelers stranded in the dark has been partially restored.

The airport tweeted at 7 a.m. Monday that some lights are now on. Power was on and off since about 3 a.m.

At 7:30 a.m., the airport said in a tweet that TSA screening had fully resumed and passengers were being processed.

Inbound roadway access remains closed.

The airport tweeted around 5 a.m. that the main source of power was out and that Terminal A was operating on back-up power.

Power was restored shortly after but around 6 a.m., officials tweeted again that the airport lost power.

Travelers are still encouraged to check with their airlines regarding the status of their flights.

An email was left with an airport spokeswoman.

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