Slick conditions cause multiple crashes, spinouts on I-35

There are multiple incidents ongoing in the north metro.
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Monday has started with slick conditions on Twin Cities roads, with multiple crashes and spinouts reported across the metro.

Things are particularly bad on I-35 north of the the Forest Lake split, where traffic cameras from MN 511 show several cars off the road and one involved in a rollover crash.

It comes after a spot of light precipitation has caused road conditions in parts of the metro to become slick.

Per KSTP, the Minnesota Department of Transportation has sent salting trucks out to I-35 near the split.

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