(WJBK) - Northbound M-10 is reopened after being closed at Wyoming on Wednesday afternoon.
MDOT closed the highway after a major rollover crash in Detroit Wednesday around 2:30. About an hour later, the highway had been reopened, in time for the afternoon rush.
According to MSP, it's believed that a domestic dispute in one of the vehicles caused the accident.
As of 2:40 p.m. multiple cars were rolled over in the middle of the Lodge at Wyoming in Detroit.
Officials are recommending drivers use M-8/Davison west to I-96 or east to I-75.
According to Michigan State Police, nobody was injured in the crash.
Traffic leaving downtown should use I-75 or I-96 to M-39.
They say drivers should avoid this area during rush hour.
As of 2:30 p.m., MDOT says there is not yet an ETA on when the area will be reopened.
NB M10 at Wyoming CLOSED double rollover crash. Traffic heading out of downtown should use 75 or 96 to M39. pic.twitter.com/VybP2cnm0N— MDOT - Metro Detroit (@MDOT_MetroDet) May 3, 2017
Fox 2 News Now was live following the accident, view that here: