State Patrol: 232 crashes, 19 with injuries reported through 9 p.m. amid snowstorm
(ABC 6 News) – Heavy snowfall, wind, and limited visibility created hazardous road conditions Friday across Minnesota.
The Minnesota State Patrol said 232 crashes, including 19 with injuries were reported between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. Another 134 vehicles spun off the road, and there were 14 jackknifed semis.
#MSPNumbers Statewide 12/10/21, 6:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M: 232 crashes (19 with injury, 0 fatal crashes) 134 vehicles off road and 14 jackknifed semis.— Sgt. T. Christianson (@MSPPIO_SOUTH) December 11, 2021
Snow will continue across our area through about Sunrise on Saturday. Some rumbles of thunder are also possible, according to Chief Meteorologist Chris Kuball.
Overall, the trend looks like to be about slightly less snow in parts of northern Iowa, around 2-7", increasing northward. In southeast Minnesota, the likelihood of 7-10" continues north of a line from Forest City to Preston.