Did you end up making it somewhere safe? They had blizzard conditions in western MN. So, even if there wasn't an accident, the roads would have still been closed. I heard on the radio that they pulled the plows in some areas because of safety, there just wasn't the visibility.
Also, over a foot in my area this week. An now it's well below 0, with 0 being the "high" for the day. That means the roads really suck. There were lots of crashes before 6 today. The way in was just ice. I could feel my car being pulled side to side as the tired grabbed the groves in the ice from previous drivers.
I ended up moving a little further after the accident cleared, but indeed 94 in North Dakota was shut down. It's been a trial the past few days. My traction was so weak at one point that while moving 10mph my drives lost traction due to the lean of the road in a curve and they started jacknifing to the left while my steers and trailer were moving normally. Luckily trailer brakes can be actuated separately to pull things back in line, and although it probably caused some damage I turned on my dif lock while lightly spinning to spread out my power more.
Truckers often debate when to stop since the road can go from okay to hell before the next safe stop, and that's what caught me, but I probably shouldn't have been on the road yesterday at all. hindsight is 20 blah blah