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Kevin Gutknecht

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Minnesota Department of Transportation

HQ Phone:  (651) 296-3000

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Email: k***@***.us

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Minnesota Department of Transportation

395 John Ireland Blvd

Saint Paul, Minnesota,55155

United States

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www.mndot.org

Kevin Gutknecht
Communications Director kevin.gutknecht@state.mn.us 651-366-4266 (office) 651-231-4192 (cell)


www.mndot.org

Kevin Gutknecht
Communications director 651-366-4266 651-231-4192


www.cenex.com

As a driver, make sure you are aware of what's ahead of you and behind you," says Kevin Gutknecht, director of communications for the Minnesota Department of Transportation.


www.startribune.com

"We will have worked on the ice and will have put salt down, but there likely will be slippery spots" in the metro, said Kevin Gutknecht, spokesman for the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Plow crews were expected to work through the night, but it could be difficult to get the roads cleared if snow continues to fall through Wednesday's early morning hours, he said. "Folks need to allow for extra time and drive slowly," Gutknecht said. On Tuesday evening, a pedestrian was killed while she crossed a snowy intersection in downtown Minneapolis during rush hour. In southern Minnesota, some of the windswept roads that had to be shut down Tuesday because of whiteout conditions could remain closed for part of Wednesday, he said.


kstp.com

Lt. Tiffani Nielson with the Minnesota State Patrol and Kevin Gutknecht with the Minnesota Department of Transportation spoke Tuesday about the travel conditions and how motorists can do their part to stay safe.


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