- Associated Press - Wednesday, December 24, 2014

SOUTHINGTON, Conn. (AP) - A massive Christmas lights display at a Southington house has gone dark after the homeowners said traffic became a problem.

The display of more than 50,000 bulbs blinking off and on to the music of “Frozen” was organized to solicit donated food for the local pantry.

The only lights at the house are now a cancellation sign, disappointing several visitors. Police have put up no-parking signs to keep motorists from stopping.

A Facebook posting said the lights display brought in nearly 2,750 donations, but traffic was an issue.

The posting apologized for shutting down early.

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