Police are warning drivers of slippery conditions in Western Connecticut after multiple accidents and spin-outs were reported on I-84 and I-95, according to police.
A snow squall blew through starting around 7 p.m. and coated the streets with snow in the area of Danbury and Fairfield County.
State police said I-84 is particularly slippery from exit 8 to the New York border, and some on-ramps are closed.
Police said authorities are responding to a multi-car accident on the eastbound side near exit 2. There has been no word on injuries.
Police are also responding to accidents and spin-outs up and down I-95 in Fairfield County.
Department of Transportation a couple dozen crews are out treating the roads and will remain out until the snow passes, according to a department spokesperson.
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