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More than 80 people called 2 1 1 seeking shelter Friday and Saturday nights, and were given warm places to stay inside from the frigid cold.
As of late Sunday, O'Hara's death was the only serious result of the bitter weather that kept furnaces cranking and led state officials to open a hot line for those in need of shelter.
The plunging temperatures and snowfall of last week have made for challenging times for homeowners as well.
Ken Ney, owner of KJN Restoration in Hamden, said heat escaping from houses melts snow on the roof, but ice dams in the eaves don't allow the water to escape, often causing water damage.
Temperatures Sunday night were expected to plummet to minus five degrees in the New Haven area, but the wind chill would make it feel more like 15 degrees below zero, said Storm Team 8's Sid Starks. The New England region, in the midst of a cold snap, will bring to the New Haven area a high Monday of about 13 degrees, and could bring "several inches" of snow Tuesday.
Police say Denise O'Hara, 11 Upper State St., apparently slipped, fell and hit her head late Saturday after a night out with friends. Her body was discovered in a neighbor's driveway Sunday morning as the neighbor salted the walkway and driveway.
O'Hara was pronounced dead at the scene. Capt. James Merrithew said there was no evidence of foul play in O'Hara's death.
Avino said police told his daughter that a friend dropped O'Hara off after an evening out.
O'Hara was found lying in the driveway of 1 Upper State St.
But not everyone is focused on the cold.
The weekend's weather was the coldest of the season, "and in years," Starks said.
The autopsy is scheduled for today at the office of the State Medical Examiner in Farmington.
Rich Harris, spokesman for the state's Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, said 36 people called for shelter Saturday night; 46 people had requested shelter Friday.
O'Hara's home and Aprati's driveway are just a couple 100 feet apart. Both homes sit on the side of a hill overlooking the Wilbur Cross Parkway with driveways leading up the hill.
Pat Smith, owner of S Roofing in Milford, had never cleared ice dams from roofs before this winter. But in the last five days, he's responded to 10 such calls for service. Ney also said he has been clearing snow from residents' roofs to guard against collapse.
Toni Dolan, executive director of the Beth El Center Inc. in Milford, said the center is working to respond to Malloy's mandate that all who need it are sheltered from the cold. Dolan said 10 people stayed in the "No Freeze" shelter set up in the center's dining area Saturday night.
One young man walked briskly down Elm Street wearing sandals Sunday afternoon. And on Temple Street, bundled up drummers and singers praised God during a service of Chapel on the Green, a ministry of Trinity Episcopal Church.
of someone being out there in this weather, and I was out there this morning, is just too much for me to bear," Dolan said. Jimmy Choo Red Sole Shoes "It's so incredibly cold, I don't think it's something we've ever experienced (here) before, at least not that I remember."
A 50 year old woman found dead in a driveway near her North Haven home may have frozen to death, as frigid temperatures swept the region over the weekend.
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Aprati and her husband, Jonathan, who have lived at the home for about a year, said they didn't see anyone outside of their home Saturday night and they didn't know O'Hara.
The temperatures could create problems with water pipes, especially in homes that are vacant, cold, or not properly winterized, said Tom Quinn, owner of Quinn Plumbing and Heating in Hamden.
"It was in the '80s the last time I saw this this bad, '80s or maybe early '90s," said Ney, who has done roofing for 30 years. "It's the right combination of the snow, and then it warmed up right after the big snow."
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Under Gov Dannel P. Malloy's direction, the DEMHS and the Department of Social Services are coordinating with 2 1 1, the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services and Connecticut's shelters to ensure that people are protected.
"The problem is, if we get two, three, four days of below 10 degrees then you run a pretty good chance of having frozen pipes," he said.
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"It's terrible," Lindsey Aprati said.
The temperatures, driven by a surge of arctic air pushing into the state behind a cold front, should spur people to take precautions, including staying out of of the cold because frostbite could occur in minutes, Starks said. It's also important to check home heating oil levels, he said.
Robert Avino of Wallingford, whose daughter and son in law rented living space to O'Hara over their garage, said the victim was an executive with the Greater New Haven Transit District. There is a Denise O'Hara listed as the deputy Zanotti Red
When ice forms inside a pipe, it expands, cracking the pipe, which can cause a flood when the ice melts, Quinn said.
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