At least one person was injured Wednesday morning when three Minnesota Department of Transportation snowplows were rear ended. MnDOT officials say the accidents occurred within three hours of each other on roads in the southeastern part of the state. Visibility has been an issue on these roads due to windy conditions and light-weight snow.
An apparent road rage incident in Doge County Tuesday afternoon involved a driver flashing a gun from inside a maroon minivan, authorities said.
Two people are dead after a head-on crash involving a semi and a 1993 Toyota Corolla, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.