Road reopens in Bristol after untimely death investigation

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BRISTOL, Conn. (WTNH)– A road has reopened in Bristol after an untimely death investigation closed it on Friday afternoon.

Bristol Police tweeted that Broad Street, between King Street and Emmett Street, was closed in both directions due to an active investigation.

News 8 has learned that this is due to a investigation into an untimely death but no further details have been released.

Drivers were urged to seek an alternate route but the road has since reopened to traffic.

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