JACKSON, MI (WLNS) – Traffic was backed up for miles Wednesday afternoon following a crash involving a school bus and three other vehicles along I-94.
It happened around 2 p.m. Wednesday on I-94 eastbound, after US-127 at Lansing Avenue.
The school bus is from Madison School District, which is in Adrian. Michigan State Police Lt. Kyle Bowman said about 45 children will be taken to the Blackman-Leoni Public Safety Dept. when another bus arrives.
Lt. Bowman said there are no serious injuries, but one person was injured.
A witness of the crash said a semi-truck driving in the left lane lost control, veered into the right lane and pushed at least one vehicle and the school bus into a guardrail. The witness, Robert Blacklock of Grass Lake recalls the semi-truck “kind of got sucked into the snow.”
Our media partners at the Jackson Citizen Patriot contributed to this story.
Another crash happened about an hour later along I-94 east near M-60. One person was pinned into their car in the crash.