MN State Patrol: Nearly 400 Crashes Statewide after First Snowfall

The first major snowfall of the season was a dangerous one on the roads. 

According to the Minnesota State Patrol,  there were nearly 400 crashes statewide. 

The State Patrol says 37 people were injured and two people were killed Monday night.  

A 51-year-old driver from Rochester was killed in Olmsted County following a head-on collision on Highway 42. 

The other fatal accident happened in Eden Prairie on West 78th Street near Washington Avenue South. 

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