A major Mid-Michigan interstate reopened Tuesday morning following a crash that cause a big shutdown.
Part of westbound I-69 was closed at Hammerberg Road near downtown Flint for about six hours Monday night. It reopened just before 4 a.m. Tuesday.
Investigators said a semi truck jackknifed, causing the closure. Officials said the semi was spilling diesel fuel.
No injuries were reported.
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