Route 305, also known as Bloomfield Avenue, has reopened after being closed in both directions in Windsor near Interstate 91.
The bomb squad was called to the scene after a truck driver told police there might be explosives on his truck, police said.
The clerk at a gas station on Bloomfield Avenue called police around 1:15 p.m. after the truck driver stopped, started speaking strangely and acting erratically, police said.
When police responded, the man told police there might be explosives on the truck, police said.
Police evacuated a quarter-mile area around the truck, including a magnet school, a gas station and an office building. Route 305 and the Exit 37 off-ramps, both northbound and southbound from I-91 were shut down.
The bomb squad was called to inspect the tractor-trailer, which is registered to JSR Trucking in Indiana, police said. The truck was supposed to make a delivery to Direct Mailing Service at 880 Marshal Phelps Road in Windsor, police said.
Bomb squad tecnhicians found no explosives and the roads were reopened around 4 p.m.
According to police, the driver was suffering from mental duress. He was taken to the hospital for an evaluation. He will not be charged, police said.