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Keeping up with Friday traffic across Conn.

October 12, 2018

Traffic has started to build up because of incidents across the highways in Connecticut on Friday.

Peak evening commute is on its way, so keep an eye on this story for the most up-to-date information about crashes, disabled vehicles, closed roadways and more.

Some roadways were closed Friday because of gusty winds in the morning hours that took down trees, branches and power lines.

Information below comes from Connecticut State Police, local law enforcement, the Connecticut Department of Transportation and AAA.

Unless otherwise indicated, injuries involved with any incident was not immediately released.

Check the CTDOT website (cttravelsmart.org/List/Alerts) for updates on whether incidents have been cleared.

TRUMBULL — REPORTED AT 3:37 P.M.

The right lane of Route 15 north between Exit 52 and Exit 53 is blocked. Traffic is backed up to Exit 51. Stopped traffic with delays up to 30 minutes has been reported.

STRATFORD — REPORTED AT 3:31 P.M.

There’s a disabled tractor trailer on Route 15 north between Exits 52 and 53. The right lane is closed.

WINDSOR — REPORTED AT 3:19 P.M.

There is a three-car collision on Interstate 91 south at Exit 37. The left lane is closed.

TORRINGTON — REPORTED AT 3:09 P.M.

Route 272 is closed in the area of Hinsdale for a tree on wires.

MIDDLEBURY — REPORTED AT 12:45 P.M.

Route 63 is closed between Route 64 and Park Road because of a tree down on wires.

WASHINGTON — REPORTED AT 8:29 A.M.

Route 202 is closed by Wilber Road because of a tree and wires down.

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