I-75 Near Grayling Reopens After Crash, Cows Roam Freeway
Updated 3:48 p.m. – Crawford County Emergency Management and Homeland Security say northbound and southbound lanes are now open.
The Michigan State Police says a crash is the cause of a detour on I-75 near Grayling—and cows are roaming the freeway.
Crawford County Central Dispatch says both lanes are closed between mile markers 254 and 259.
North and southbound lanes of I-75 at mile marker 254 are closed due to a crash. Cows are roaming the freeway at the south end Grayling exit. pic.twitter.com/4eCKpoiBO0
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