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Police look for driver after trailer damages downtown Grand Forks skyway

Police are looking for a driver who was hauling a shed on a trailer when it clipped the bottom of the skyway connecting the Edgewood building and the Corporate Center in downtown Grand Forks on Tuesday morning.

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Damage was caused to the Edgewood skyway in Grand Forks Tuesday morning by a trailer. Norah Kleven / Grand Forks Herald

Police are looking for a driver who was hauling a shed on a trailer when it clipped the bottom of the skyway connecting the Edgewood building and the Corporate Center in downtown Grand Forks on Tuesday morning.

The trailer struck the bottom of the skyway over North Fourth Street near the intersection with DeMers Avenue, according to the Grand Forks Police Department. The impact caused minimal damage to the structure, which is privately owned by Edgewood.

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