Do you want to find out how the poor conditions of travel in Minnesota were behind western in the blizzard earlier this week?
Check out this fragment of unsubscribe of the Sheriff County Stevens Office.
It's an outbreak from a squad car trying to enter the vehicle of an engineer who employs a huge massive stream in the middle of the road and responds to a motor car on Thursday, February 7.
"As you can see, it was awful outside!" write the Sheriff Office on Facebook. "Deputy Brett Collins was hit in snow snow 7 feet! Another former representative responded to Collins's help, and then there were TWO squad cars accrued!
"Scary and life threat! Fortunately, this situation ended up without hurting anyone."
He found so bad in parts of Minnesota that there were no travel consultants covered by almost half the state, and in Renville County, which is almost 100 miles south of Stevens County, the National Guard was in operation and was asked to hire his tracking vehicle to achieve stranded drivers.
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