“Total catastrophe” in I-75 pileup in Detroit

Three people, including two children, died and many others were injured and trapped in cars in a pileup this morning that stretched for more than a mile on southbound I-75 near Dearborn Street following whiteout conditions.

More than 30 cars, SUVs and semi-trucks collided when an intense burst of snow blinded drivers.

Some people were trapped in cars for more than an hour because ambulances couldn’t keep pace with the injuries.

“This is a total catastrophe,” a firefighter told a dispatcher after arriving at the scene this morning, begging for more help. “Lots of victims. We need ambulances.”

More than two hours after the pileup, injured and dazed people stood by their cars awaiting medical attention. One woman picked glass from her husband’s face.

Those who weren’t seriously injured were eventually hauled away in buses.

Coming tomorrow: A detailed account of what happen, with interviews from accident victims.
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Steve Neavling

Steve Neavling lives and works in Detroit as an investigative journalist. His stories have uncovered corruption, led to arrests and reforms and prompted FBI investigations.

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