BYRON TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Michigan State Police say there has been another collision with the 100th Street Bridge.
This is the ninth time the bridge over US-131 has been hit this year by trucks or high-profile vehicles.
The Michigan Department of Transportation says a truck that had metal crates stacked too high on it struck the bridge while traveling along southbound US-131. The crates were seen scattered along the highway Friday afternoon.
Traffic was slowed along southbound US-131 but the highway has since reopened. MDOT says there was no damage to the bridge.
The bridge was previously hit Wednesday, May 9 by a trailer hauling a manufactured home. It has been closed for construction as crews fix past collisions.