Days after tanker fire, I-95 reopens in Norwalk, Connecticut. Here's the latest.

NORWALK, Conn. – Interstate 95 reopened in both directions Sunday in Norwalk, Connecticut, days after a Tanker truck caught fire And a bridge was badly damaged.

The The northbound lanes reopened Saturdayand Gov. Ned Lamont announced the highway would fully reopen around 10 a.m. Sunday.

“It is truly amazing that the highway is fully reopened in less than 80 hours after this violent crash on Thursday that shut down traffic in both directions,” Lamont said in a statement. “It takes a village, and from the response by local and state police and fire departments, to the environmental cleanup by the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, to the demolition and reconstruction by the Connecticut Department of Transportation and contractors, everyone did their part. “I am impressed by these efforts and grateful for the commitment, skills and work of everyone involved.”

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