CLAY TOWNSHIP, Mich. – The Harsens Island ferry service resumed at 6 p.m. Monday for cars and light trucks, Local 4 and ClickOndetroit have confirmed with police.
The dock collapsed and a crane took out power lines on the island last week, leaving many residents stranded.
It has been only open to pedestrians, leaving vehicles stranded on the island. Frustrated residents packed a Sunday meeting on the island.
“This is my home. This is where I live,” said Leah Yax. “I’m not getting off the island. They need to fix it.”
Ferry service will resume Monday evening after repairs were made to the dock.
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