Dayton Issues Order To Help Stranded Motorists
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Gov. Mark Dayton has issued an emergency order to help stranded motorists caught in Minnesota’s cold wave.
Dayton declared a state of emergency Monday. He called on Minnesota’s adjutant general to activate any military personnel needed to help motorists.
Dayton noted that a winter storm caused white-out conditions and dangerous wind chills Sunday in central and southern Minnesota.
He says several sheriffs asked for help from the Minnesota National Guard to recover and shelter stranded motorists.
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