Video: I-94 milk spill caught on dash cam


An overturned milk truck in the Lowry Tunnel that soured Wednesday's commute was caught on tape.

The Minnesota State Patrol trooper squad cam captured a river of milk gushing down I-94, causing the interstate to close for more than four hours.

State Patrol spokesman Lt. Eric Roeske says Sgt. Scott Wahl was on routine patrol and just happened to be driving through the tunnel when he approached the accident, MPR reports. Roeske says you can still see the truck sliding on the pavement after it rolled over the freeway divider into the mouth of the tunnel and oncoming traffic.

At least two cars made a speedy exit from the tunnel, splashing through the spilled milk, FOX 9 says.

Next Up

PD Shimmers closeup

Man with Parkinson's lights up Plymouth with synchronized light show

"The best medicine I have for my disease is what I try to do with the light show," Mike Justak said.

Screen Shot 2020-11-25 at 7.34.43 AM

Watch: Drunk squirrel in Minnesota captures the world's attention

The squirrel was immediately cut off after nearly tipping over.

Screen Shot 2020-11-25 at 7.15.09 PM

Small town gym refusing to close facing lawsuit from attorney general

The gym is facing a lawsuit and a temporary restraining order to halt their operations.

credit card, payment

Money Gal Coaching: Bouncing back after living your best life

Kelly Blodgett started Money Gal Coaching after paying down nearly $50K in debt in 18 months.


When do stores open on Black Friday this year?

Many major retailers will be open Black Friday, some for extended hours.

police tape, crime scene

Man found dead outside home near Cass Lake

The man was reportedly shot outside the property.


Gov. Walz announces $1M in grants to boost Minnesota tourism

The money will be used for marketing efforts to attract people to Minnesota's hard-hit tourist spots.

coronavirus, ICU

Nov. 25 COVID-19 update: 72 deaths ties Minnesota's single-day high

A COVID-19 update will not be provided on Thanksgiving Day.


Revival to open its fourth Twin Cities location

The fried chicken and smoked meat maestros are moving to St. Louis Park.