MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Tuesday’s snowstorm snarled roads across the metro and southern Minnesota.

Minnesota State Patrol reported 924 crashes and spinouts from 10 a.m. Tuesday to 10 a.m. Wednesday. Officials said 475 of those crashes were vehicles off the road and 449 included property damages.

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There were 39 crashes that involved injuries – two were known to be serious.

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The Minnesota Department of Transportation is out working on clearing roads Wednesday, but conditions are still slick in some areas.

MnDOT and State Patrol said a number of roads in southern Minnesota are still dangerous due to compacted snow and slick conditions.

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