Traffic UPDATE: Colley Avenue reopens after incident
NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- Traffic on Colley Avenue is returning to normal, after police earlier shut down several blocks in response to a "person in crisis."
Roadways were closed from the 3500 to 3800 blocks of Colley Avenue as police set up a staging area.
Police were able to make contact with the individual, and were able to safely take him into custody without further incident.
Rush hour commuters can expect some delays on Colley, but police say it should clear up shortly.
UPDATE: Police made contact with the person in crisis and took him into custody without further incident. Morning commuters can expect a slight delay on Colley, but roadways should be clearing shortly. Thank you for your patience & support in our public safety efforts!— Norfolk Police Dept (@NorfolkPD) November 28, 2017
In addition to this incident, there was also a separate, unrelated traffic accident at Colley and 26th Street. That crash scene is also in the process of clearing up.