A rash of crashes and spinouts continue to litter Twin Cities area highways and freeways as the rush hour, or shall we call it the slog hour, continues.
Here is a list of current trouble spots:
|Crash on Mainline||T.H.52 SB @ I-494 WB||Left lane blocked|
|Crash on Mainline||I-494 EB @ W Bush Lake Rd||Right shoulder blocked|
|Crash on Mainline||T.H.55 WB @ T.H.110||Right shoulder blocked|
|Stall on Mainline||I-694 WB @ Silver Lake Rd||Right lane blocked|
|Crash on Mainline||T.H.55 WB @ T.H.5||Left lane blocked|
|Stall on Mainline||I-94 EB @ Xerxes Ave||Right lane partially blocked|
|Crash on Mainline||T.H.610 EB @ T.H.47||Left shoulder blocked|
|Crash on Exit||I-694 WB @ T.H.65||Right shoulder blocked|
|Crash on Exit||T.H.62 EB @ Tracy Ave||1 lane(s) blocked|
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