Semi-Truck Crash on I-96 Leaves All Unharmed, Michigan State Police Confirm!
On Wednesday, the Michigan State Police (MSP) reported a four-car collision in Grand Rapids on the social networking platform X, formerly known as Twitter.
MSP reported Grand Rapids Post troopers responded to the accident on westbound I-96 East of Alden Nash.
Grand Rapids Post troopers are on scene of a 4-vehicle crash on W/B I-96 E/O Alden Nash. Initial report is that a semi ran into three separate vehicles that were slowing for the construction zone. Thankfully no one was seriously injured. Traffic is able to get through on the 1/2 pic.twitter.com/pgMjSb9Q4u
— MSP Sixth District (@mspwestmi) November 1, 2023
According to their first findings, a semi-truck collided with three automobiles that were slowing down to avoid a nearby work zone.
According to MSP, no one was seriously hurt in the collision. They added that traffic could still pass on the shoulder but that drivers should find an alternate route while cleanup is in progress.
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According to the Michigan DOT, the road was opened back up at about 6:20 p.m. on Wednesday. MSP has not finished its investigation into the crash yet.