State police say they have reconstructed last month’s massive pileup on I-94 in southwestern Michigan and are determining whether anybody will face criminal charges.
A Calhoun County judge granted a new trial, concluding his trial attorney didn’t do enough to find medical experts to explain the case.
“People were driving too fast and following too closely on an icy freeway during a white-out.”
Police are reviewing phone videos on social media that were shot by drivers and show a steady progression of vehicles sliding into to the semis and cars already stopped in the road.
After a devastating fatal 193 car pileup on Friday, I-94 between Battle Creek and Kalamazoo has reopened for traffic in both directions.
Equipment problems related to cold weather were affecting the acid cleanup, said First Lt. James Coleman of the Michigan State Police.
State police now say there were 193 vehicles involved, including dozens of semis.
Police say dozens of semi-trucks were involved, including one carrying fireworks, which ignited
Battle Creek police say a woman called them after waking up to find a 1-year old child that she didn’t know in her bed.
Two women who died in a house fire in Battle Creek have been identified as an elderly mother and her 63-year-old daughter.