Police reopen I-94 after negotiating with suicidal man

The State Patrol shut down I-94 eastbound in the Twin Cities for two hours after reports of a man threatening to jump from an overpass. Kare 11 reports police spoke with the man and took him into custody.
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The State Patrol shut down I-94 eastbound in the Twin Cities for two hours after reports of a man threatening to jump from an overpass. Kare 11 reports police spoke with the man and took him into custody.

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