OLMSTED COUNTY, Minn. – Fresh concrete didn’t stop one driver from making an impact.
The Minnesota DOT said a motorist drove more than 1,000 feet through fresh concrete recently.
“This is why work zones are blocked with barricades, signs, cones, etc.,” MnDot said.
The driver received a ticket and an insurance claim.
“Don't make this costly mistake, never go around construction signs or move cones to enter work zone,” MnDot said.
This is why work zones are blocked with barricades, signs, cones, etc. Motorist drove 1000+ feet through fresh concrete yesterday. The driver got a ticket & insurance claim. Don't make this costly mistake, never go around construction signs or move cones to enter work zone #MnDOT pic.twitter.com/sUeXD1ROPB
— MnDOT District 6 (@mndotsoutheast) June 29, 2018
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