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Windsor – Rush-Hour Highway Crash

A rush-hour crash resulted in partial highway closure in Windsor yesterday.

At around 4:12 p.m., fire and EMS crews were dispatched to the southbound lanes of I-91 and discovered a vehicle accident that occurred about half a mile past Exit 40. Medical personnel quickly assisted everyone injured in the incident, while other road crews cordoned off the area to facilitate an investigation into the cause of the crash. All motorists involved have since been accounted for, and it took responders about an hour to clear all lanes of the highway. Officials are currently investigating the accident and will release more information when appropriate.

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