UPDATED 8:57 a.m.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KELO) — Authorities have confirmed one person is dead and one is injured from an early morning crash on Interstate 29 just north of Sioux Falls.
South Dakota Highway Patrol spokesman Tony Mangan said crews are still on the scene and more details will be shared Tuesday. There are no roads closed near the crash scene.
Authorities want to remind people that roads are still icy in many areas. Drivers are encouraged to slow down, don’t use cruise control and wear a seat belt.
Emergency crews are responding to a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 29 near the Crooks/Renner Exit early Tuesday morning.
KELOLAND News is on the scene. The crash, near mile-marker 88, happened in the southbound lane of Interstate 29 and traffic is down to one lane near the crash site.
According to the latest road report, Interstate 29 north of Sioux Falls is listed as scattered ice and slippery.
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