Kalamazoo, Michigan — July 15, 2010 — A massive, multi-car collission closed parts of east and westbound I-94 for close to three hours early Thursday evening.
According to authorities, there was a report of a car driving irresponsibly on westbound I-94 while in front of a semi. The reckless actions of the driver forced the semi-truck driver to lock up his brakes and jack-knife. This set of a chain reaction in both lanes.
After the semi jack-knifed, the truck slammed into the concrete median, sending a large piece of the barrier into traffic on eastbound I-94. This caused a four-vehicle accident immediately behind the semi, while another fiver-car accident happened behind that crash.
Fortunately, rescue personnel reported only minor injuries in the chain reaction crash.
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