As traffic levels pick up, so is the number of stalls and crashes. Here is the latest list of problems:
- Eastbound Crosstown at Tracy Avenue: Left lane blocked
- Westbound 94 ramp to southbound Hwy. 169 closed
- Westbound 494 to northbound 35W: Stall blocking lane. Ramp extremely icy
- Northbound 35W ramp to westbound Hwy 10. Two vehicle crash partially blocking
- Westbound 94, two lanes blocked with trucks that can't get up incline near Cedar Avenue
- Eastbound 94 at Glenwood Avenue. Semi stuck on icy roads
- Northbound Hwy. 100 at Excelsior Blvd. Vehicle spun out
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