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Breaking News: Route 27 closed

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This morning, on Monday Oct. 16, parts of Route 27 were closed due to a car hitting a telephone pole.

On Monday, Oct. 16, traffic on Route 27 was blocked along Cochituate Road, causing heavy traffic to Wayland High School.

Several emergency vehicles passed drivers on the street, particularly near WHS. A police officer got to the intersection at the entrance of the high school at approximately 8:10 a.m., and began directing traffic going in and out of WHS.

According to Wayland police, a vehicle crashed into a traffic pole along Route 27, leading to wires falling into the road.

With an accident occurring so close to School Street, some students and staff were late to school this morning because of traffic.

“Once we have more information about the impact of the road closures, we’ll get more information out to students and parents,” WHS principal Allyson Mizoguchi said. “We’ll certainly be flexible for any students who are late because of traffic today.”

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Aimee Smith, Class of 2024, is a third year reporter and the Business Managing Editor for WSPN. In her free time, she enjoys reading, baking and spending time with friends. Contact: [email protected]
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