There are multiple crashes statewide as thunderstorms sweep Connecticut during the morning commute.
Visibility may be low on your drive in to work with heavy rain thunderstorms. Water is also building on some roads and highway exits.
Clapboard Road is closed at Hull Hill in Bridgewater due to a tree down.
A crash on Interstate 84 west in Waterbury near exit 21 was causing major traffic delays just after 8:30 a.m. EMS personnel are on scene tending to a woman laying in the road.
There was a rollover crash in Branford on Interstate 95 north after exit 58 involving one car. No one was injured.
Greenwich delays continue to build due to a multiple-vehicle crash on the southbound side Merritt Parkway near exit 28.
There was also a crash in West Haven on I-95 south near exit 43, blocking the left lane.
State police responded to reports of several disabled cas in Windsor on Route 20 at the Bradley Airport connector.
Earlier, there was a crash on I-91 south in Hartford near exit 33, but that has been cleared. In New Haven, two tractor-trailers crashed on I-95 south near exit 46.
The storms are also causing delays between Washington D.C. and Philadelphia due to severe weather.There are also delays of up to a half-hour on Metro North in New Haven, but that's due to mechanical problems with the Devon Movable Bridge getting stuck in the open position, not weather. There are train delays in Waterbury and on Shoreline East as a result. Listen for updates at your station.
There are also numerous delays out of Bradley International Airport.
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