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Semi driver in Diet Coke spill had been put out of service

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ALEXANDRIA, Minn.- The driver of a semi that rolled and spilled its load of Diet Coke bottles on Interstate 94 near Alexandria early Wednesday had been put out of service at the I-94 weigh station in Moorhead about six hours before the crash, the Minnesota State Patrol said.

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The crash was reported about 3:53 a.m., forcing the shutdown of eastbound I-94 for about five hours.

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