It happened Friday in Cooperstown.
It happened at a construction site in Little Falls on Monday afternoon.
It'll be used to power the Towerside Innovation District near the U of M.
MnDOT says everything will be open by the end of the day Friday.
The incident occurred near a construction site.
After Sept. 10, only small things are left to do on the four-year project.
This is a developing story.
Crews recently began work to replace the decades-old miter gates.
The man died at the scene Friday afternoon.
Original plans for the parking lot included housing above it, but issues with construction prevented it from being built.
If it gets approved, the bridge could be open to pedestrians as soon as next year.
The project will reduce capacity to two lanes in either direction and cause ramp closures.
A public hearing is scheduled for May 5.
The two firms were working on a roofing project at Camp Ripley.
Construction crews are having to make alternative plans in the disputed Kenilworth corridor.
The bridge closed to traffic months before it was scheduled to close.
The Annandale pair bilked an insurance company out of more than $300,000.
The 15-year-old was run over by the machine as he helped move a tree.
The 26-year-old suffered a head injury in the fall.
The woman was picked up by a utility vehicle with a front-end bucket.
The construction company intentionally categorized employees as contractors.
A 5-mile stretch will close in both directions.
The closures will be in place beginning at 10 p.m. each night.
Lane closures will be in place until early November.