UPDATE: I-94 and 45th Street South Reopens, Man is Safe

FARGO, N.D. (UPDATE: 8:30PM) — A suicidal male that was on the other side of an overpass fence on I-94 is now safe according to police in Fargo.

Sections of I-94 and 45th Street South were shutdown and traffic was stalled as law enforcement agencies dealt with the man.

It started around 5:45 p.m. and ended around 7:45 p.m..

Westbound traffic was backed up to 25th Street South around 6:45.

At the same time, officers responded to a crash on the Sheyenne bridge over I-94.

One person was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.

Another crash happened on I-94 westbound near the tri-level.

Police and fire departments from Fargo and West Fargo, North Dakota Highway Patrol and Cass County Sheriff’s Office all assisted during the incidents.


Fargo Police tell KVRR Local News that they and other local law enforcement agencies are currently out with a suicidal person on 45 Street South and Interstate 94.

Traffic is backed up on both the Interstate and 45 Street South.

They advise drivers to use alternate routes.

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