MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — There are still more than 100 people staying at emergency shelters in southern Minnesota.

That’s after the National Guard rescued 600-plus motorists that got stuck in the snow after Sunday’s blizzard made travel impossible in parts of southern Minnesota.

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A look from Sky 4 near Owatonna shows abandoned cars, stranded semis, and trucks that could get off the road filled parking lots.

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The area around Albert Lea was hit hardest with nearly 100 rescues, including people stuck on trains.

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The National Guard says this is the third time in the last 10 years they had to rescue people in a snowstorm.

About 115 people stayed in the shelter overnight. They’ll stay until the roads are open and safe to drive on.

Many roads are still covered with snow and not drivable.