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All clear after accident on Michigan Avenue

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SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) -

An accident on Michigan Avenue on Saginaw's west side caused a traffic snarl Tuesday morning.

The rollover accident happened at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Houghton Avenue, right next to Bliss Park.

The crash was close to the entrances of both Covenant Emergency Care Center and Synergy Medical Education Center.

The crash has now been cleared and traffic is running smoothly in the area.

Police also responded to an accident at Vermont and Superior Streets on Saginaw's westside.  A car ran a yield sign and hit another car.  No injuries were sustained in either accident.

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