State Police Lieutenant Monica Yesh said the incident should serve as a reminder for drivers to be vigilant in staying focused behind the wheel, especially while changing lanes.
A police investigation is underway in northern Oakland County after a serious accident involving a Michigan State Police trooper on a motorcycle.
Southbound I-75 between Rochester Road and I-696 was closed at 11 Mile, where reports said a pickup truck carrying lawn equipment slammed into the back of a semi-truck.
Authorities say the 53-year-old truck driver who was severely burned when his vehicle crashed and burst into flames on I-75 near Detroit has died.
Reports say the driver suffered burns to over 90 percent of his body.
Police picked the child and made him a guest in the 4th Precinct for several hours.
Two motorcycles struck a Chrysler 300 that cut them off, state police said.
One Michigan State Police dispatcher says the hole in the right lane and is “eating cars up.”
If you take I-75 to get to Detroit, you might want to consider a detour this weekend.
Michigan State Police say 38-year-old Grant Childs died after a tractor-trailer struck his vehicle Friday afternoon on north I-75 in Sault Ste. Marie.