St. Paul snow emergency declared; 1 dead in highway crash

  • Article by: Paul Walsh , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 22, 2013 - 6:14 PM

Snow emergencies were declared in St. Paul, Plymouth and St. Louis Park. Minneapolis said it would not call one.

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a05429Feb. 22, 1310:18 AM

Where is the outrage? Just a couple of years ago, Matt Entenza would regularly call news conferences to condemn the unacceptable snowy roads and dangerous driving conditions. Those were after alot more snow than this so why is it so quiet now?

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wingknutFeb. 22, 1311:43 AM

I still had a tailgater today!

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quizzyFeb. 22, 1312:18 PM

It seems there are a lot of problems with 35E, especially when the speed limit changes to 70. I use that part of 35E a few times a week, and I wonder if the problem is that some drivers never speed up when the limit changes, while others slam on the gas to get to 70 as soon as they can. With those two extremes, even without snow, it seems dangerous.

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dlzabzFeb. 22, 1312:23 PM

2.5 inches of snow is only a half inch over when the plow companies come out to do your driveway. We are becoming pansies and letting the weather terrorists win. 1991 Halloween, we had 8.2 inches, that was a storm this is a dusting.

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lpreston214Feb. 22, 1312:37 PM

Where are you other mornings? Public transporation from the subs into downtown is always popular.

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formergopFeb. 22, 1312:48 PM

Driving from the west metro to the Lake St area this morning I observed 2 different drivers texting. They were driving erratically and very slow. Put the @#$#@@ phone down!

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thrillhouse1Feb. 22, 13 1:49 PM

6:30AM and it looked like the plows never even touched 94 eastbound from Minneapolis to St. Paul.

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nstars16Feb. 22, 13 3:58 PM

For those of us in Minneapolis: Hopefully the city Plows will actually put their Blades DOWN when they plow the alleys !!!

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