Some people passed out while waiting in line for the Department of Motor Vehicles in Derby on Friday morning, according to police.
Officers responded to incidents around 8 am and 9 am at the DMV facility on Main Street.
DMV officials said the Milford and Derby service centers will be closed effective July 24 to “help alleviate long wait times in these two small offices.”
To help run these smaller offices in Milford and Derby, DMV officials said they pull employees from the larger branches. The offices in Milford and Derby are open two days a week with two DMV personnel.
DMV officials said there is no time table for when the Milford and Derby service centers could reopen.
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