MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — City officials in Minneapolis say nearly 400 cars were towed and hundreds more were ticketed Wednesday night after a snow emergency went into effect in the wake of the pre-Thanksgiving snowstorm.

A Minneapolis spokesperson said Thursday that 378 vehicles were towed and 1,268 others were ticketed after the snow emergency began Wednesday night.

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Towed cars are taken to the Minneapolis Impound Lot on 51 Colfax Ave. N. The impound lot is closed on Thanksgiving and the day after.

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