I-29 Reopen In North Dakota
The Cass County Sheriff's Office is still advising no travel this (Friday) morning in area's southwest, west, and northwest of Fargo.
FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – The storm has moved out but travel conditions are still a problem, especially in rural area’s.
The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is still advising no travel this (Friday) morning in area’s southwest, west, and northwest of Fargo.
The North Dakota DOT says Interstate 29 has re-opened between Fargo and the Canadian border.
Corporal Keenan Zundel says many rural road highways remain impassable and are, in his words “terrible”.
Deputies continued to get calls overnight from stranded motorists.
Others were able to get rides but had to abandon their vehicles.
Deputies also turned back drivers attempting to get through other blocked roads.
Plows were called out several times to get deputies and ambulances to medical calls last night and early this morning.
County plows will be out this morning once daylight arrives.
I-94 from Bismarck to Fargo remains closed.