Ann Arbor residents in critical condition after crash on I-94 in Parma Township
Two Ann Arbor residents are in critical condition after an accident today on I-94 in Parma Township, the Jackson Citizen-Patriot reported.
They were identified as Alicia N. Doudna, 30, and Andrew Kratzat, 27.
A semi-truck westbound on I-94 tried to stop for slowing vehicles and attempted to avoid hitting the vehicle Doudna was driving by going into the right shoulder, according to a statement from the Jackson County Sheriff's Office.
However, the trailer of the truck then swung back and hit the Honda Civic that was stopped in the right lane. The statement said the Civic was then pushed into another semi-truck that was stopped in front of it, also in the right lane.
Nick Dentamaro | Jackson Citizen-Patriot
Deputies responded to the crash at 12:53 p.m. north of Concord Road, according to the statement.
Westbound I-94 was closed at North Concord Road as of 4 p.m. and will be closed for several hours as the investigation and clean-up continues, the release stated. Motorists are being routed off the highway at Concord Road to Michigan Avenue and then north to M-99.
The sheriff’s office was assisted by Michigan State Police Traffic Services, Concord and Parma-Sandstone fire departments.