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Truck spill leads to highway 43 lane closures

The Minnesota Department of Transportation is assisting in treating and cleanup of Highway 43 in Winona after a truck spilled a liquid along its route through the city this morning.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation is helping treat and clean up portions of Minnesota Highway 43 in Winona after a truck spilled a liquid along its route through the city this morning.

The liquid is slippery, posing a risk to motorists and others using the roadway. MnDOT is treating the surfaces and then cleaning up the affected areas, which are primarily at intersections from Homer Road through Winona.

Motorists driving in affected areas should be alert for work crews and emergency vehicles assisting with the effort.

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