PAW PAW, Mich. — As crews clean up the scene of a pileup in Van Buren County, the west and eastbound lanes of I-94 are slowly starting to reopen.
According to the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) the freeway was shut down early Friday morning in both directions between the Lawrence exit (Exit 52) and 43rd Street for a multi-vehicle pileup involving semi-trucks.
Dispatchers said multiple semi-trucks were jackknifed in the area and vehicles slid off the freeway. There have been no reports of any injuries as of yet.
Drivers should avoid the area if possible.
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