"It's been an ongoing problem," Minnesota State Patrol Lt. Eric Roeske told the Star Tribune. "The main problem is that it is illegal and that people are making a u-turn onto a 70-mile-per-hour freeway. That is incredibly dangerous for them and others on the roadway."
Related at Lakeville Patch:
- DELAYED: Northbound I-35 Road Work North out of Lakeville Will Start Sept. 13
- I-35 Will Be One Lane Either Way You Turn out of Lakeville This Weekend
- Tonight's the Night: MnDOT Starts Work on I-35 Tuesday
- Drivers: Only A Few More Days Until Major I-35 Traffic Shift