The Minnesota Homeland Security and Emergency Management Department says more than 600 motorists have been rescued from their vehicles in southern Minnesota since a blizzard made travel impossible over the weekend.

Here’s a breakdown of the rescues from counties that provided numbers: 

• Brown County:  5

• Chippewa County: 21

• Cottonwood County: 8

• Freeborn County:  82 (plus seven people from stranded trains)

• Fillmore County: 38 

• Le Sueur County: 46 

• Lyon County: 10

• Mower County: 50-plus 

• Renville County: 33

• Rice County: 30 

• Steele County: 200-plus 

• Stevens County: 12          

• Swift County: 20

• Watonwan County: 10

• Winona County: 50-plus 

In Blue Earth County, 150 vehicles were reported off the road over the weekend, but the number of rescues is unknown. Seven vehicles were reported off the road in Red Wing but Goodhue County did not provide rescue numbers.