ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- A state official says a fatal crash in Ann Arbor came during an expressway backup caused by the repair of a highway sign.
The crash happened Saturday morning on eastbound Interstate 94.
Annarbor.com (http://bit.ly/SGdT2S ) says the crash killed 43-year-old Sean Desmarais of Ann Arbor and injured two 18-year-olds from Minnesota.
Michigan Department of Transportation manager Mark Sweeney says traffic on the expressway stopped while work crews replaced a sign near US-23.
He says the closing lasted about an hour. He says Desmarais truck hit a stopped car.
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