Provisioning center damaged in Detroit after road buckles
The cause of major road damage to a Southwest portion of Detroit is still under investigation after a street buckled. A manager at a nearby business that was impacted said it felt like an earthquake.
Stash Detroit will be torn down on Tuesday after it was damaged when Dearborn Street buckled over the weekend and, according to FOX 2’s Charlie Langton, the building is swaying.
The southwest Detroit dispensary was damaged Saturday night when something caused the road to buckle. The business was also affected and a brick wall on one side of the business collapsed. By Sunday, things got worse when Dearborn Street began rising several feet in the air and the road was split in half.
What’s caused the damage is still not known but DTE has confirmed there was no evidence of an explosion.
“At this time, there is no evidence to indicate natural gas was the cause of the incident; a natural gas explosion did not occur. However, parts of DTE’s gas and electric infrastructure were impacted by a water main break. DTE personnel are on-site to ensure public safety as well as the integrity of