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Car crash on I-84 West in Plainville, right lane reopened

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PLAINVILLE, Conn. (WTNH) — CT DOT reports there is a motor vehicle crash on I-84 West in Plainville between Exits 53 and 33.

The right lane was closed, and has since reopened.

Officials say only one car is involved and there are no injuries.

The incident was reported around 3:05 p.m. Saturday.

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News 8 will update this story as more information comes in.

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