• September 08, 2022

Two Injured in 18-wheeler Accident on US 23 in Livingston County, MI

Livingston County, MI -- September 6, 2022, two people were injured due to an accident where multiple 18-wheelers crashed on US 23.

Details released indicated that the accident happened in the Hartland Township area at US 23 and Crouse Road at around 4:30 p.m.

Livingston County, MI 18-wheeler Accident Injures 2 on US 23

Authorities said that an 18-wheeler approaching slowed traffic crashed into a Dodge Caravan, then caused a chain reaction with other semi-trucks.

Reports said that a 33-year-old Grand Blanc man and a 60-year-old Taylor man were taken to area hospitals after the crash. Right now, additional details are unavailable.

Commentary on 18-wheeler Accident on US 23 in Livingston County

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