• July 19, 2019

Injuries Reported in Harper Woods, MI, Street Sweeper Accident on I-94

Harper Woods, MI -- July 15, 2019, authorities reported that injuries resulted from an accident where a street sweeper struck a concrete barrier on I-94.

Investigators with the Michigan State Police reported that the accident happened at around 3:30 a.m. near the intersection of I-94 and 8 Mile.

Officials said that a street sweeper was traveling northbound along the interstate when it tried to pass an 18-wheeler. In doing so, the street sweeper collided with the trailer, swerved, and crashed into a concrete barricade. That collision sent debris into oncoming lanes where multiple vehicles struck the concrete.

Emergency services transported the street sweeper driver to a local hospital. Other drivers were not seriously injured, but it's unclear if anyone else was taken to the hospital.

Police didn't say if charges or citations would be filed. Additional details are unclear.


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