Morning rain falling on cold pavement led to black ice conditions and dozens of cars sliding off roads throughout southern Maine this morning. No major injuries were reported.

Police in York closed Route 91 for nearly an hour and Beech Ridge Road for half an hour to allow salt trucks to treat the roads. The Maine Turnpike Authority did likewise for southbound lanes of I-95 at the York toll booth for about 15 minutes near 8 a.m.

“Some parts were impassable,” said Sgt. Thomas Baran of the York Police. “You just couldn’t operate on them they were so slippery.”

Rollovers were reported in Saco and South Berwick and a State Police dispatcher said approximately 10 vehicles slid off I-95 this morning, resulting in one minor injury.

“We’re very fortunate this wasn’t a Monday morning with a lot of people commuting to work,” Baran said. “The traffic was light on a Sunday morning.”

Warmer weather and more rain lessened the possibility of further icing, but Baran said drivers should continue to exercise caution.

“There are isolated areas,” he said. “If they’re down in a gully or that type of thing, it could be slippery.”