The latest accidents:
|Crash on Exit||T.H.52 SB @ Butler Ave||Left lane partially blocked||Mon @ 16:11|
|Stall on Mainline||I-35W NB N of 28th St||Right lane blocked||Mon @ 16:54|
|Crash on Merge||U.S.169 SB @ Bren Rd||Just cleared||Mon @ 15:58|
|Crash on Exit||T.H.62 WB @ T.H.100 SB||Left shoulder blocked||Mon @ 16:17|
|Crash on Mainline||I-94 EB @ Hamline Ave||Left lane blocked||Mon @ 16:04|
|Crash on Exit||I-494 EB @ Lake Rd||Right shoulder blocked||Mon @ 16:36|
|Crash on Exit||I-94 EB @ McKnight Rd NB||Right shoulder blocked||Mon @ 16:49|
|Roadwork on Mainline||I-94 WB @ T.H.95||Left lane blocked||Mon @ 08:36|
|Stall on Mainline||T.H.62 WB @ Penn Ave||Just cleared||Mon @ 16:44|
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