Feb 1st, 2013 - State News
— Traffic is flowing again in both directions along Interstate 75 in Detroit after authorities cleared the remaining vehicles that crashed in a sudden snow squall Thursday. The pileup on the south side of the expressway claimed at least three lives.
Crews also were cleaning up a spill of diesel fuel from Thursday morning's crash.
The northbound lanes reopened first, while the southbound lanes began flowing again in time for the afternoon rush hour.
The whiteout that hit about 9:30 a.m. Thursday led to a chain-reaction of crashes on a mile-long stretch of the expressway, leaving three people dead and 20 injured. Authorities believe two of the victims were sisters from Ontario.
Authorities in Genesee County have reopened U.S. 23 south of Flint after a snow squall caused a multivehicle accident with several injuries.
That crash and another Thursday that closed part of Interstate 94 in southwestern Michigan. 9 semi trucks and 12 cars were involved in that crash that took place around 1:30 p.m. during white out conditions near Paw Paw.
Genesee County's central dispatch center says the crash closed U.S. 23 in both directions in Mundy Township. MLive DOT com says 12 people were treated for non-life threatening injuries in the 33-vehicle pileup.
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