I-94 at 12 Mile in Macomb County back open after semi causes 6-car crash

A crash on I-94 in Macomb County at 12 Mile blocked traffic across the highway for hours.

According to the Michigan Department of Transportation, all lanes on westbound I-94 were shutdown after a crash. State police that responded to the incident said a fuel spill happened after the driver of a semi-truck lost control of his truck and began to fishtail.

The crash has since been cleared and the lanes are back open.

As the trailer lost control, it struck another vehicle, causing a multi-car collision. It eventually became jackknifed and six vehicles were damaged.

During the crash, the semi-truck spilled over 150 gallons of diesel fuel to spill. 

No one was injured.

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