Area police officers responded to several accidents along the Interstate 95 corridor in Augusta and Waterville Wednesday morning as a coating of snow made roads slick in some places.

A rollover was reported near the exit 109 ramp in Augusta, according to police scanner reports. Other accidents — and calls for state sanding trucks — were reported as well. Via Twitter, the Maine Turnpike Authority warned drivers to expect delays on I-95 northbound in Augusta between exits 109 and 112. Another accident was reported near exit 130 in Waterville.

The Augusta Police Department handled five accidents Wednesday morning, according to Lt. Chris Read. He said one person involved in one of the accidents complained of pain, but nobody was transported to the hospital. Read called in an accident on Route 3 around 7 a.m. with a pick-up truck in the woods and a second vehicle with severe front-end damage. The other four accidents seemed minor, Read said.

The turnpike authority lowered the speed to 45 mph from Kittery to Augusta, but the speed limit returned to its normal limit at around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon.