Livestock hauler with 38 cows overturns in Detroit leaving some animals to be euthanized
DETROIT – A semi truck carrying 38 cows lost control and overturned on the Westbound I-94 ramp to Southbound I-75 in Detroit around 3 p.m. Monday, police say.
As a result of the incident the Westbound I-94 ramp to Southbound I-75 will be closed for several hours.
Police were still waiting for another livestock trailer to arrive on scene from Albion as of 6 p.m. Monday.
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After nearly an entire month below normal, temperatures are finally moving above that mark, though we won’t be snow-free this week.
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US-Canada border travel restrictions extended to March 21, 2021
The travel restrictions across the U.S.-Canada border will remain in place through March 21, 2021, at least.
Canada announced last week discretionary, or non-essential, travel between the U.S. and Canada will remain in place another month. The restrictions would have expired Sunday, Feb. 21.
Sources: Ford Field to be used as regional mass vaccination site
Sources have confirmed that Ford Field will be used as a regional mass vaccination site starting next month.
Sources in Wayne County said that FEMA has not yet defined what “regional” means