This story has been updated.
A stretch of I-84 has reopened after hundreds protesting police-related deaths entered the highway.
The closure, in both directions, was between exits 4 and 5 in Danbury on Wednesday, June 3 and lasted about an hour, starting just before 2:30 p.m.
The protest began on Main Street early in the afternoon with more than 1,000 people.
A smaller amount, but still in the hundreds, then proceeded to the interstate.
Other protests are planned for this afternoon in Fairfield County in New Canaan and Stamford.
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