Police: One-car accident on I-95 shuts lane

State police say they're investigating a one-car accident on I-95 early this morning. They say the right lane was shut down in Milford between exits

They say the right lane was shut down in Milford between exits 34 and 32 on the southbound side around 2 a.m.

They say the right lane was shut down in Milford between exits 34 and 32 on the southbound side around 2 a.m. (8/1/16)

MILFORD - State police say they're investigating a one-car accident on I-95 early this morning.

They say the right lane was shut down in Milford between exits 34 and 32 on the southbound side around 2 a.m.

Police have not said if anyone was hurt.

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