Eastbound I-94 reopens at Van Dyke after crash involving school bus


DETROIT – Many Michigan roads are icy and snow-covered after a storm brought up to a foot or more of snow in places.

The eastbound lanes of the interstate at Van Dyke Road were closed for several hours because of an accident involving multiple vehicles -- including a semi-truck and an empty school bus. 

The National Weather Service says that more than 12 inches was reported in Saginaw County, including in Bridgeport and Taymouth townships.

Snow totals as of Wednesday morning were from a storm that got going in Michigan on Tuesday, with heavy snow also reported in the Lansing area. In western Michigan, more than 6 inches was reported in Grand Rapids.

Less snow fell in much of southeastern Michigan, including Detroit.

Schools in some parts of Michigan's Lower Peninsula were closed Wednesday for a second consecutive day.

Other traffic incidents as reported by MDOT:

12:42 PM - Vehicle Crash on M-10
Route: Northbound M-10 after W Grand Blvd
County: Wayne County
Lanes Affected: left lane
Vehicle(s) Involved: 2

11:57 AM - Vehicle Crash on I-75
Route: Southbound I-75 at Caniff
County: Wayne County
Lanes Affected: left shoulder, right shoulder
Vehicle(s) Involved: 2


12:02 PM - Vehicle Crash on I-675
Route: Northbound I-675 after M-58 Mile Marker 4
County: Saginaw County
Lanes Affected: right lane
Vehicle(s) Involved: 2


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