A traffic pile up on Interstate 75 in Detroit has left three people dead and injured more than 20.
Two of those killed in the crashes are children, according to Fox News.
The accident started shortly before 9 a.m. over the Rouge River Bridge, said Robert Morosi of the Michigan Department of Transportation. At least 30 cars were involved in the pileup, he said.
Snow was falling at the time of the crash, Morosi said, describing conditions as a "typical Michigan winter morning."
The jaws of life were used to pull people out of three cars. The highway has since been closed. This story is developing.