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The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) has expanded the Travel Alert to include all of North Dakota, excluding the southeast corner through Friday morning. Conditions are such that motorists can still travel, but should be advised that blowing snow is sticking to the roadway creating wet roads, and areas of heavy slush. Wet roadways may turn into ice as the temperatures drop into the evening.
The Department of Transportation says there have been a lot of accidents between vehicles and snow plows this winter. In 2010, 103 accidents were reported in Minnesota involving drivers and snow plows. There have already been 76 in 2011 so far.
The No Travel Advisory has been LIFTED for Grand Forks, Drayton, Cavalier and surrounding areas. I-29 has been REOPENED from Grand Forks to the Canadian Border.
A No Travel Advisory remains in effect for eastern North Dakota due to blowing and drifting snow. Cities included in the No Travel Advisory include: Casselton, Fargo, Wahpeton, Hillsboro, and surrounding areas. I-29 remains CLOSED from Grand Forks to Fargo and Fargo to Jamestown.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation says most of I-29 and I-94 will likely remain closed until late Sunday morning or early Sunday afternoon. The DOT says closed interstate stretches between Grand Forks and Fargo and Fargo and Jamestown will remain closed. I-29 from Grand Forks to the Canadian Border is now open.
Faith Mitzel, 92, was picked up by a Ramsey County Sheriff's Deputy Tuesday morning for driving without a license and not having liability insurance.
Mitzel was cited for crossing the center line in a deadly accident May 19.
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