I-91 South in Cromwell Reopens Following Car Fire

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NBC Connecticut

Interstate 91 south in Cromwell has reopened on Saturday after a car fire closed multiple lanes and caused delays in the area.

State Dept. of Transportation officials said the car fire was between exits 22N and 21 and the right and center lanes were closed. The highway has since fully reopened.

There was over 3.5 miles of congestion in the area between exits 24 and 22N.

It's unclear if anyone was injured in the incident.

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