Near white-out conditions caused several accidents in Fenton and several crashes across the region Thursday afternoon.
Most of the Fenton accidents happened between 12 and 1 p.m. when the weather conditions worsened.
Fenton Police Lt. Jason Slater said two accidents occurred near the US 23 exit ramp and Torrey Road. He said one involved two cars and another was a single car accident.
Slater said another single accident occurred on North Road near the Fenton Water Plant. He said the driver went off the road.
Another truck lost control on US 23 and went straight into the guardrail, Slater said. Another vehicle sat in the median of US 23 after crashing into the guardrail.
Fenton Police Chief Rick Aro said there were no major injuries in any of the crashes.
Slater also stated that the Genesee County Sheriff's Department responded to a rollover crash north of Thompson Road that shut down part of the highway temporarily.
A 33-car pileup, involving two semi trucks occurred in Mundy Township, closing US 23 between Hill and Thompson Roads, reported the Flint Journal. The article stated that three people were extricated with the Jaws of Life and 12 people were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Officials opened US 23 northbound around 2 p.m. and US 23 southbound was opened around 4 p.m.
The storm also contributed to a horrific accident on I-75 in Detroit as three people were killed and 20 people hurt in an at least 30 car crash, reported the Detroit News.