Firefighters have their hands full on Detroit’s east side, where a fast-moving fire has spread to three vacant homes.
Several Detroit firefighters responded to three house fires that started Monday night near Derby and W. Winchester, on the city’s east side.
Spokeswoman Diane Cross said that eastbound between M-39 and Livernois will be drivable just after 6 p.m. following a tanker explosion which damaged the roadway on Wednesday.
Crews poured new cement along a roughly 150-foot stretch of I-94 eastbound at Wyoming on Friday, the site of a tanker accident and fire that damaged the freeway on Wednesday.
Firefighters in Romeo battled flames at the Ford Romeo Engine Plant on Friday afternoon that resulted in an evacuation.
The tanker truck burned for nearly two hours following a crash Wednesday near the Detroit-Dearborn border.
Smoke could be seen billowing from the scene of a fiery crash and explosion involving a tanker truck.
An exotic dance club on Detroit’s west side has gone up in flames.
The hydrant in front of the home was not operational, so crews had to take hoses over a block away to access water.
Officials say it’s possible the fire could have been going on for quite some time before anyone noticed.