Some Minn. highways still closed due to flooding
Bemidji, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Transportation is reporting that some highways remain closed until further notice due to flooding.
Officials are urging motorists to check road conditions before traveling in the northwest area of the state.
Closed highways include:
-Highway 1 at Oslo, from Marshall County Rd. 17 to the North Dakota border
-Highway 11 at the Robbin crossing into North Dakota
-Highway 75 from south of Perley, north to Climax
-Highway 175 west of Hallock
-Highway 220 west of Climax
-Highway 220 from the junction with Hwy. 1, north to Hwy. 11 in Marshall County
-Highway 317 from Highway 220
Transportation officials recommend motorists call 511 or go to www.511mn.org for information on road conditions.