(CBS DETROIT) – The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) reopened some lanes of I-75 following the tanker crash on July 12 that caused a fire on the highway.

One lane on northbound and one lane southbound I-75 have reopened in Troy.

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MDOT says the rest of the lanes could be closed for days, possibly even weeks, due to this fire leaving the pavement unsafe.

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Engineers are still assessing all of the damage to the highway.

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