The Minnesota State Patrol said a semi-truck crash early Friday east of St. Charles caused one of the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 to be shut down for a time.
Winona County Chief Deputy Ron Ganrude said the semi overturned about 12:30 a.m. spilling a load of groceries.
A dump truck was sent to the scene 11 miles east of St. Charles to pick up the spilled groceries.
The Patrol said one of the eastbound lanes in that area was closed down as the cleanup continued.
The truck driver apparently escaped injury.