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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The snow storm Friday led to more than 700 crashes and spinouts on Minnesota roads.

The Minnesota State Patrol said troopers responded to 728 crashes and spinouts between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. In those crashes, 35 people were hurt, but none were killed.

The snow started falling Friday morning, and by the evening hours, accumulations in southwestern Minnesota were approaching 10 inches. In the metro area, up to 5 inches of snow had fallen in some areas.

CBSN Minnesota will have weather updates at the top of each hour until 6 p.m.