SB US-31 reopens in Muskegon County

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MUSKEGON COUNTY, Mich. —  Southbound US-31 has reopened at Sherman Boulevard after a crash Tuesday afternoon, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation.

Norton Shores Police say there are several crashes along US-31 slowing traffic between Sherman and Airline Road.

Police are asking people to avoid the area.

“Road conditions are extremely slippery,” the police department said in a release.

It’s unclear if anyone was injured in the crashes.

This is a developing story.  We’ll update it as more information becomes available. 

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  • kc

    Every year there is a horrible accident in this stretch. When will they start thinking about how to avoid this from happening again? They really need a team of civil engineers look into this!

  • Js

    As u all know we live in Michigan and sometimes our weather takes a toll on the roads! I’m a snow plow driver but not for a government but I own my business! we have yet to have a accident because we are not in a big hurry its called take ur time for CONDITIONS also salt does not work when it’s in the neg unless u use ice melt and that would cost a fortune! Most of u complain now about taxes ice melt would cost millions! so I have been a snowplow driver with 30+ years and the name of the game is SLOW AND CAREFUL AND PATIENCE! It’s always our fault and really it’s urs for driving to fast for conditions!