Whalley Avenue closed in New Haven due to crash - WFSB 3 Connecticut

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Whalley Avenue closed in New Haven due to crash

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NEW HAVEN, CT (WFSB) -

Police in New Haven closed a road for utility pole repair work following a crash.

They said a car struck the pole on Whalley Avenue.

The closure ranged from Amity Road to Pond Lilly Avenue.

Traffic leaving Route 15 north and south can only turn west onto Woodbridge. Traffic is being diverted to Amity Road.

Police said the crash involved a single car that crashed into and knocked down a pole. The driver was not hurt.

They expected traffic to be impacted for some time because the pole needed to be replaced.

For real-time traffic updates, check the WFSB traffic map here.

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