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Stormy Weather Causing Difficult Driving Conditions

Updated: 02/22/2014 1:47 PM
Created: 02/22/2014 1:25 PM WDIO.com

Minnesota state troopers have responded to hundreds of crashes during the latest blast of winter weather.

Lieutenant Eric Roeske posted on his Twitter Saturday that since 6 p.m. on Friday, troopers have been called to 279 crashes throughout the state. He said 28 of those involved injuries, but none were serious or fatal. They also responded to 424 vehicles off the road or spin outs and 273 stalled vehicles.

Roeske said that since the storm began, they have responded to 964 crashes, 2,342 vehicles off the road, 1,082 stalls, 74 jack-knifed semis and 52 motorist assists. Roeske said the Minnesota State Patrol has received 4,414 calls for service since the storm began.

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