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Wadena's Hwy 10 traffic lights malfunctioning

MnDOT is said to be working on the issue and the Wadena Police will share when the problem has been fixed.

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Hwy 10 and 71 intersection in Wadena.
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WADENA — The traffic lights at both intersections of Hwy 10, including Hwy 71 and Second Street are currently malfunctioning, according to Wadena Chief of Police Naomi Plautz.
The lights are working but not "talking to each other" as they should be, resulting in longer than usual wait times.
MnDOT is aware of the situation and working to fix it, according to Plautz. She expects to be notified when the problem is repaired.
The traffic lights are not to be ignored. Consider alternative routes if possible.

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