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M-6 westbound reopened

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Posted at 10:25 AM, May 27, 2021

BYRON TOWNSHIP, Mich. — The westbound lanes of M-6 were reopened Thursday night around 9 p.m. after being closed since early Sunday, May 23.

The closure was caused by a large fire after a semi carrying an asphalt binding agent flipped and a following car crashed into it.

The crash took place on a bridge that carries M-6 westbound lanes over Rush Creek.

The bridge deck and beams were thoroughly inspected by engineers with the Michigan Department of Transportation before the highway was reopened.

Related: Both drivers killed when car hits tanker on M-6

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