It’s been a rough week for a lot of people as we continue to pick up the pieces from what is now being called a “once-in-a-century weather event.”
Winds gusting up to 60 miles per hour left nearly a million people across Michigan without electricity, uprooted trees and brought down thousands of power lines.
With no power, many local traffic signals were not working, causing confusion for some drivers.
Lieutenant Shaw says the best advice is to follow basic right-of-way laws and show courtesy to your fellow drivers.
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