Interstate 94 northbound between Ryan Road and Rawson Avenue closed for more than 10 hours Thursday following a five-vehicle crash.
According to a report from Fox 6, the chain-reaction crash involved three semi-trucks and two other vehicles about 12:20 a.m. One of the drivers was extricated and transported to the hospital by Flight for Life, but is doing OK, according to the report. There was no word on injuries to the other drivers.
Northbound traffic was diverted to Ryan Road, then to Howell Avenue and on to Rawson.
The freeway was still closed for so long because crews had to unload the semis by hand in order to move them, according to a report from WTMJ.
It reopened about 10:45 a.m.