Watch what happens when those hilly Duluth streets get icy

Lake Ave. was slippery Tuesday morning.
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What happens when those steep Duluth streets get icy? A slip and slide for cars.

While it may seem like winter one day and spring the next in Minnesota right now, it was definitely wintertime in Duluth Tuesday morning.

And the conditions made streets like Lake Avenue difficult to navigate. Duluth police warned drivers to take it slow.

Facebook user Mike Rasmusson posted a couple videos of cars helplessly drifting down the slippery slope, banging into other vehicles along the way. One car even took out a light pole.

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