State police investigate shooting along I-94 near Moross in Detroit

Drive tells police someone in another vehicle started shooting at him on freeway

DETROIT – Michigan State Police are investigating a suspected freeway shooting reported early Thursday morning along I-94 on Detroit’s east side.

Police said about 2:45 a.m. troopers were called to westbound I-94 near Chalmers Street for a shooting. A driver told troopers he was on westbound I-94 when someone in a black SUV started shooting at him. He said he was unclear why someone was shooting.

The driver then got off the freeway and drove to the Detroit Police Department’s 5th precinct.

State police shut down westbound I-94 at Moross Road. Drivers were re-entering the interstate at Chalmers Street.

The interstate reopened to traffic later Thursday morning.

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