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Update: Both lanes opened up on Highway 10 by Lake Park/Audubon after accident, fire

Update: As of 4 p.m., both eastbound and wesbound lanes from Audubon to Lake Park have been opened up for traffic. A two-truck accident and fire on Highway 10 has both lanes of the highway shut down between Lake Park and Audubon. The crash, which...

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Motorists traveling westbound to Lake Park on Highway 10 are being diverted to County Road 11, to 6 and then to County Road 5 because of a 2-vehicle accident and fire.
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Update: As of 4 p.m., both eastbound and wesbound lanes from Audubon to Lake Park have been opened up for traffic.

A two-truck accident and fire on Highway 10 has both lanes of the highway shut down between Lake Park and Audubon. The crash, which happened on the west side of Audubon, caused a large fire, which has fire crews on the scene trying to extinguish. In the meantime, motorists are being diverted from Lake Park onto County Road 5, to County Road 6 and then to County Road 11, which comes out on the east side of Lake Park. There is no word yet on injuries. Check back for updates.

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A two-truck crash sparked a fire and so much smoke Friday morning that both lanes of Highway 10 between Lake Park and Audubon were shut down for nearly an hour. (Photo courtesy Minnesota State Patrol)

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