Fresh Tracks: Driver Leaves Mark on Southeastern Minn. Road

Fresh Tracks: Driver Leaves Mark on Southeastern Minn. Road Photo: MnDOT/ Twitter

June 29, 2018 09:16 AM

A driver traveling through southeastern Minnesota left concrete proof of his/her error.

According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, the individual drove "1,000+" feet through fresh concrete, leaving tire marks behind.


Construction Information and Real-Time Traffic Map

The driver received a ticket and an insurance claim, MnDOT stated.

"This is why work zones are blocked with barricades, signs, cones, etc.," MnDOT wrote in a tweet. "Don't make this costly mistake, never go around construction signs or move cones to enter work zone."


Rebecca Omastiak

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