MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – There were hundreds and hundreds of crashes and spin-outs overnight as a massive November snowstorm slammed the southern half of Minnesota, leaving some communities with more than 10 inches of snow.

The Minnesota State Patrol says that between 9:45 p.m. Tuesday and 9:30 p.m. Wednesday there were 412 crashes, 615 spin-outs and 26 jackknifed semis. In those crashes, 30 people were hurt, but none seriously.

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There were 127 crashes and spin-outs Tuesday afternoon, when the storm system entered Minnesota.

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As of yet, no fatal crashes have been reported.

As of late Wednesday morning, the storm had largely moved through Minnesota, with the snow trailing off after the morning commute.

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The biggest totals were recorded in Waseca, where WCCO Weather Watchers reported 11 inches of snow. At the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, where several flights were delayed and cancelled, more than 8 inches of snow was reported.