Law enforcement agencies responded to at least two vehicle rollovers Tuesday near Duluth, both without any injuries.
Before 11 a.m., one car lost control due to ice on Getchell Road near an intersection with the St. Louis River Road in Duluth, according to the Duluth Police Department.
No one was injured in the one-car incident.
The Minnesota State Patrol responded to a semi rollover at 11:50 a.m. Tuesday on I-35 near the County Road 61 exit to Esko.
A semitrailer hauling rock salt was travelling south on I-35 between Midway Road and County Road 61 when a pickup truck slowed in front of the semi, Sgt. Neil Dickenson said in an email to the News Tribune. To avoid rear-ending the pickup, the semi driver entered the ditch, where the trailer rolled onto its side.
The driver of the semi was not injured.
While icy road conditions didn't cause the semi rollover, Dickenson said there are still slippery spots throughout the Northland.
"We need all drivers to pay attention when driving, increase following distances and move over for all emergency vehicles while we are at a crash scene," Dickenson said.