GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) -- Snowfall that is expected toaccumulate quite a bit in the next 24 hours across West Michigan iscausing treacherous travel conditions.
Storm Team 8 says the potential total is 6 to 12 inches when allis said and done Wednesday afternoon.
Here are the latest traffic and roads updates:
(AP) -- Shortly before 10 a.m., 70-year-old Roberta Greene ofKalamazoo died after her car lost control on southbound Interstate75, crossed the median and collided with a semitrailer.
-- Westbound I-94 was closed at mile marker 88 near Climax for athree-semi crash, but has reopened as of 6:35 p.m.
At around 3 p.m., there were two semis parked on the side ofthe road when a third lost control and hit the two in a chainreaction, police said.
One of the drivers was injured and taken to Borgess Hospital, although his condition is unknown. The eastbound lanes of I-94 were backed up as well even though police don't know of any accidents in the area.
-- One lane of westbound I-94 is closed at WestnedgeAvenue for a jack-knifed semi. One lane of traffic stillis open but moving slowly.
-- Westbound I-94 has been closed at mile marker 87in Galesburg due to a jackknifed semi-truck. Traffic is beingdetoured off at the Galesburg/35th Street exit (exit 85).
-- Eastbound drivers are encouraged to stay on I-94. Carsexiting the freeway early are causing backups on local roads.
-- Reports of numerous slide-offs on U.S. 131.
-- A multi-vehicle crash occurred on eastbound I-196 afterChicago Drive (exit 72).
-- Eastbound I-96 at the 21 mile marker is closed due to asemi-truck accident, according to the Ottawa County Sheriff'sDepartment. Drivers are asked to find other routes.
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-- Eastbound I-94 was closed at the M-51 exit (exit 56) due tofour jackknifed semi-trucks with a car stuck underneath one ofthem.
-- Eastbound I-94 at the Mattawan on-ramp was closed due to twojackknifed semi-trucks.
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This summer, Metro Health Hospital partnered with the Gus Macker charity basketball tournament to raise money for automated external defibrillators -- or AEDs -- for Kent County schools.
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