It wasn’t immediately clear what led to the accident, but it ended with a semi-truck on its side and another vehicle on fire.
One person was killed and three more were injured in the accident early Sunday morning.
A busy freeway ramp is being shut down to help prevent traffic backups while crews work to replace a pedestrian bridge that collapsed in a crash last year.
When a trooper arrived, “he noticed that the driver was very disoriented and smelled of intoxicants,” according to police.
“It was something that nobody would really wanna see.”
Michigan State Police handled more than 100 accidents in just a two hour stretch on Wednesday.
The perpetrator wrote on the east bound side of the wall near the Columbia Street overpass in the city of Redford.
It’s not what motorists are used to seeing, but officials say it’s correct.
Police say the vehicle left the roadway, struck a bridge and almost immediately erupted in flames.
The months-long rebuilding project concluded two weeks ahead of schedule between Telegraph and Newburgh Road.