Route 25 and Route 111 reopened after power outage Saturday in Trumbull

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TRUMBULL, Conn. (WTNH)– Route 25 and Route 111 have reopened Saturday after a power outage and loss of traffic control signals.

Police say at around 10 p.m., the area Route 25 and Route 111 has been reopened to allow the normal flow of traffic.

The traffic lights are currently functioning in their normal capacity as the utility poles and power lines
have been replaced and the power has been restored.

Police reported a dump truck collided with power lines during an overnight paving project which caused damage to several utility poles and loss of power for all control signals.

The Route 25 and Route 111 intersection was currently without power and causing traffic delays throughout the area.

Police reported the area was going to be affected for at least the next 12 hours.

Trumbull Police and State DOT assisted with traffic control at the intersection.

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