Heavy rain continued overnight and into the morning Thursday, causing several crashes and traffic backups on metro Detroit freeways.
Snow and below-freezing temperatures combined to create icy conditions on the roads which led to several accidents Wednesday morning.
Police were forced to close I-696 in Warren after someone jumped off of the overpass onto the freeway below.
Michigan State Police are investigating a fatal crash along I-696 in Farmington Hills.
Police shut down I-696 at Greenfield for several hours Saturday morning after a semi truck crashed through the median wall.
Afternoon commuters are riding the brakes on I-696 Monday, as a multi-vehicle accident has led to a multi-mile backup.
The morning commute on I-696 in Macomb County was slowed Monday morning as police worked to clear three accidents. The eastbound lanes of the freeway were shutdown at Van Dyke just before 8 a.m.
For the second time this week, police are investigating a fatal accident involving a good Samaritan.
Two men were arrested after stealing landscaping equipment in Sterling Heights and eluding police on I-696.
A busy stretch of I-696 in Farmington Hills has finally reopened after hazmat crews spent almost 24 hours cleaning up a fuel tanker that overturned Monday afternoon.