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A power failure Sunday is hurting Minneapolis motorists today. KARE 11 reports a power outage shut down the city's central traffic system, leaving a less sophisticated backup system to regulate traffic signal timing. City officials say motorists will likely notice the difference in traffic flow over the next few days.
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A power failure Sunday is hurting Minneapolis motorists today. KARE 11 reports a power outage shut down the city's central traffic system, leaving a less sophisticated backup system to regulate traffic signal timing. City officials say motorists will likely notice the difference in traffic flow over the next few days.

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