A huge crash on U.S. 131 in Michigan has delayed traffic and left some injured.
The pile-up started around 3 p.m. local time Friday on the southbound side near 17 Mile Road, reported WZZM.
A firefighter at the Kent County scene says no serious injuries seem to have occurred.
But a number of people are dealing with minor injuries, and emergency officials are trying to get the road cleared and everyone safe.
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Firefighter at scene of southbound U.S. 131 crash at 17 Mile — as many as 80 vehicles involved. https://t.co/95AGqr5op9
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Dispatchers across the state have been fielding calls of crashes and related incidents amid whiteout conditions on December 18.
The firefighter said 80 vehicles were involved, although a dispatcher told Fox 17 there are only 40 to 50 spread out between 14 Mile Road and 17 Mile Road.
Kent County Dispatch is advising people to avoid the area.