The Minnesota State Patrol issued their crash report numbers after a winter storm came through the state Saturday evening and into Sunday. The latest report issued said there were over 130 crashes in the state on Sunday.

According to the Minnesota State Patrol twitter page, there were 136 crashes, including 18 injuries, 170 vehicle spinouts and fie jackknifed semis.

The tweet shows that numbers come from statewide. Western Minnesota saw much of the snow that fell in the state, where some areas saw nearly 14 inches of snow, while just under 1.5 inches fell in the Rochester area.

Yet, rain, snow and even some freezing rain made road conditions difficult for the entire state. As of Sunday night, some major highways were back to normal winter driving conditions, while some area still saw partially covered or even completed covered roads. Some area schools have even issued a delay for Monday morning. 

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