April 22 A series of 20 car crashes occurred in Roseville, U.S.A., in southeastern Michigan recently, affected by cold air, slippery roads and multiple car accidents.
According to the Detroit Free Press and other media reports, the 20-car crash occurred on the morning of the 21st local time. The ramp from Interstate 696 to Interstate 696 to I-94 became a “parking lot” and the crash appeared to be caused by icy slopes.
Michigan State Police said the situation so far was “not very serious” and urged drivers to “slow down and slow down.” “There were about 10 crashes across the area on the morning of the 21st, and some highways and roads were constantly blocked and reopened,” the state police said on Twitter. “At present, the details of the accident or any casualties have not been released.