One person was killed Thursday afternoon in a multiple-vehicle accident that shut down eastbound I-94 near Michigan City, Indiana police said.
Kenosha sheriffs officials have identified a man killed in a crash on Interstate 94 Wednesday.
A Sheriffs spokesman said that John Punak, 25, of Racine, was killed when his vehicle exited I-94 near Highway 50 and struck a pole around 1:40 p.m.
A Milwaukee County Sheriff's deputy responding to a crash on I-94 was injured when a driver behind him lost control around 10:30 a.m. Sunday, according to the sheriff's department.
Authorities say a motorist has died on a Detroit freeway after the person's car struck a median wall and overturned. Michigan State Police troopers say the driver — who hasn't been identified — lost control of the vehicle early Saturday morning on I-94. The motorist died at the scene.
A tow truck driver was injured when police said a vehicle hit him as he was tending to a crashed vehicle along a highway.
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A spin-out accident involving several vehicles has slowed down Interstate 94 northbound near Grange Avenue.
Driving conditions are dangerous to to falling snow and some ice on the roadway.
Several vehicles were spun out, blocking all lanes of the Interstate.
Investigators in Dearborn are working to identify a man who was killed when his car was struck early this morning on I-94. The man was headed east near Greenfield Road when his 1996 Plymouth was struck about 3:05 a.m. by a Chrysler Town & Country minivan, according to Dearborn Police.