Between midnight Friday and 10 a.m. Sunday, the Minnesota State Patrol responded to 405 crashes on state highways.
53 involved injuries and one was fatal, according to the State Patrol
In that same time span, there were 911 vehicles reported to have gone off the road or spin outs and 17 jackknifed semis.
#MSPNumbers Statewide Friday 12:01am thru Sunday 10am: 405 crashes (51 with injury, 2-serious injury Brainerd, St. Cloud, 1 fatal Medina) & 911 veh off road/spin out & 17 jackknifed semis. Next crash update Sunday 4:30pm.— State Patrol PIO (@MSPPIO) April 15, 2018
Meanwhile delays and cancellations continued Sunday at Duluth International Airport, mostly for departing flights.
On Saturday, 11 flights bound for Minneapolis were diverted to Duluth.
At Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport, operations resumed Sunday morning after all four of its runways were closed on Saturday due to blizzard conditions.
Flight operations resumed this morning. Please check with your airline for your specific flight’s status.— MSP Airport (@mspairport) April 15, 2018