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Over 20 more cars towed overnight in downtown Fargo for snow removal

Over 50 cars have been towed the last two nights.

FARGO — Over the last two nights , 53 cars have been towed along the roads in downtown Fargo.

Overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, Dec. 8, City of Fargo Public Works Service Manager Paul Fiechtner says 26 cars were towed along the avenues so that crews could get through and remove the snow from the road. This included the area from 2nd Avenue S. to 7th Avenue N.

The cars towed were only ones parked in the no-parking areas. The same thing happened Monday night into Tuesday morning where 27 cars were removed from the downtown streets of Fargo.

Fiechtner said Tuesday that normally these vehicles parked in the no-parking zones typically would receive tickets. That will be the case again unless it snows again, he said.

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