An interstate highway has reopened in central Michigan after a massive crash involving up to 100 vehicles under blackout conditions
PORTLAND, Mich. — An interstate highway has reopened in central Michigan following a massive crash involving up to 100 vehicles under blackout conditions.
I-96 in Ionia County reopened around 10 p.m. Saturday, about five hours after authorities reported the crash in the eastbound lanes near Portland, a city more than 100 miles away. miles) northwest of Detroit and about halfway between Lansing and Grand Rapids.
Michigan State Police officers said they closed the eastbound and westbound lanes just after 5 p.m. Saturday following the pile-up.
He MSP First District in Lansing, he said some people were injured but had no details. MSP’s 6th District in Grand Rapids later tweeted:: “Fortunately it seems that there are no serious injuries.”
civil servants published photos of cars reversing along the icy roads after the crash.