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Ryan Dellinger, Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation, clears ice along the walkway on Main Street in front of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art to Freimann Square on Monday morning.

Ice glaze coats stretch of I-69

FORT WAYNE – The Indiana Department of Transportation this morning that driving conditions were difficult on Interstate 69 between US 224 (six miles south of Fort Wayne) north to DeKalb County Road 11-A (two miles south of Auburn).

It cautioned drivers to be out the lookout for ice glaze.

Most major routes in the region were rated as "good" or "fair" as of 4:30 p.m. Monday.

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