Crashes Reported After Coating of Snow - NBC Connecticut

Crashes Reported After Coating of Snow

Part of Mountain Road in West Hartford is closed.



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    Most of the state received just a coating of snow, but that has caused issues on the roads on Tuesday morning.

    Some crashes, one of which was fatal, and spin-outs have been reported.

    One of those crashes in in West Hartford and Mountain Road is closed between High Wood Road and Forest Hills Drive because of a one- car crash. Use North Main Street as an alternative.

    No injuries are reported, but wires are down.

    Lifestar helicopter was called to a crash on Route 2 West in Colchester.

    One serious crash was in Waterbury, where one person was killed in a two-car crash on Meadow Street just after midnight. Two other people were injured. No names have been released.

    A crash was also reported on Interstate 91 in Rocky Hill just before 5 a.m. That crash scene has since cleared.

    In Manchester, a car hit a tree on Jensen Street and one minor injury was reported.

    Route 68 in Prospect was closed between Carmar Avenue after a one-car crash early Tuesday morning, but the scene has since cleared.

    Snow ended overnight in most areas, but a snow squall came through on Tuesday morning. It came through Naugatuck and Derby around 6:30 a.m.

    Track the snow on our interactive radar here.

    There are not many closings and delays, but you can see them here.

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