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Published March 23, 2011, 08:36 PM

I-94 in St. Paul Reopens After Semi Carrying 40,000 Pounds of Eggs Jack-knifes

Crews have reopened I-94 in St. Paul in the area of the Kellogg Bridge after a semi jack-knifed early Wednesday morning. The Minnesota State Patrol says the semi was carrying 40,000 pounds of eggs.

By: WDAZ Staff Reports,

St. Paul, Minn. - Crews have reopened I-94 in St. Paul in the area of the Kellogg Bridge after a semi jack-knifed early Wednesday morning.

The Minnesota State Patrol says the semi was carrying 40,000 pounds of eggs. The driver and passenger suffered only minor injuries.

The truck suffered significant damage from the accident. The state patrol reports at least 75 vehicles slid off of Twin Cities roads since 10:30 Tuesday night.

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