As of 4:30 p.m. Monday, crash scenes causing blockages on metro highways:
- Southbound Hwy. 169 at Bren Road,
- Westbound Hwy. 62 at southbound Hwy. 100
- Eastbound Hwy. 55 at the Federal Building,
- Eastbound I-94 at Hamline Avenue
- Southbound Hwy. 52 at Butler
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