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I-35W reopens at 66th Street after crash involving semi rollover

The crash happened near 66th Street.
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2:20 P.M. UPDATE

The freeway has reopened. 

1 P.M.

The northbound lanes of Interstate 35W near the south Minneapolis border with Richfield is shut down due to a semi rollover crash. 

The Minnesota State Patrol announced just after 1:45 p.m. that the crash will keep the northbound lanes closed for an extended period of time, with traffic being diverted to nearby Hwy. 62. 

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Motorists are encouraged to find alternate routes, which could be limited further as President Donald Trump has landed in Minnesota and will be traveling to a business in Burnsville for a roundtable discussion, which could lead to traffic delays. 

More info on that right here. 

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