(WWJ) The visitors woes in the present day simply gained’t go away.
This morning it was a visitors jam on westbound I-696 that had some commuters hitting their palms on the steering wheel in despair. This afternoon, it’s a crash on westbound M-14 after Sheldon Street.
Within the newest crash, a semi-truck plowed via a guard rail. Just one lane was open as of four:20 p.m.. Backups are reported all the best way again from I-275 whereas crews labored to clear it.
This morning, many individuals have been late attending to work due to a jack-knifed semi on westbound I-696 at Greenfield. For a lot of the morning rush hours, visitors was getting by solely in a single lane or on the shoulder. No accidents have been reported.
Some individuals who drive from Macomb County to Southfield each morning say it took them two hours to get to work. One WWJ worker spent forty five minutes on the three mile stretch between Woodward and Greenfield.
There have been different crashes all through the day. At one time or one other there have been visitors jams of no less than a mile on westbound I-696 close to Gratiot, on eastbound I-696 close to Telegraph and alongside the Southfield Freeway close to Grand River.
The rain has triggered flooding in Farmington Hills. Police have put out an alert saying Halsted Street is closed south of 14 Mile because of flooding. It’s unclear when the street will re-open.
It’s unclear if the rain performed an element within the crashes.
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