ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) - Northbound US-23 has reopened at M-17 (Washtenaw Ave.) after being closed because of an accident.
According to M-DOT, the incident involved only one vehicle.
The accident also affected southbound US-23, which is part of the detour around the closure of eastbound I-94 from M-14 to Carpenter Road. However, M DOT now reports that that part of the incident has been cleared.
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