Dangerous slipperiness Multiple accidents occurred in the state of Connecticut on Saturday morning. It has been claimed that icy roads contributed to multiple accidents in the towns of Bolton, Litchfield and Tolland.
The initial collision occurred on Bolton’s eastbound I-384. According to authorities, a multi-vehicle collision is to blame for the road closure in Bolton Notch.
Then two collisions happened on Route 8 in Litchfield. Officials from Harwinton Volunteer Fire said many accidents happened in rapid succession on a bridge over the Naugatuck River and the Litchfield Town Line. One vehicle skidded and collided with the bridge rail. A second vehicle swerved to avoid the first but crashed into the barrier. The injuries to the drivers were not life-threatening.
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Then two accidents in Tolland delayed response times. Multiple vehicles collided on eastbound Interstate 84 between exits 67 and 68 prompting the Tolland Fire Department to dispatch five ambulances. The road is closed at the moment.
Tolland’s rescue workers also helped free a victim from a wreck on Mile Hill Road. Officials in each municipality are asking motorists to take it easy and be cautious. Saturday night’s light snowfall froze certain areas of the road and made driving hazardous.
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