Icy conditions led to a series of car crashes in southern Maine this morning, slowing the morning commute and sending at least one person to the hospital.

The driver of a Dodge Durango was taken to the hospital with injuries that were not life threatening after the sport utility vehicle rolled over while headed northbound on the Scarborough connector at 8:15 a.m.

Earlier, a series of crashes near Tukey’s Bridge on Interstate 295 in Portland at about 7 a.m. caused property damage but no injuries.

One car spun into the guardrail on the northbound lanes and moments later, there was a four-vehicle crash in the southbound lanes, State Police said.

A black sport utility vehicle driven by Kaitlyn Millette, 21, of Yarmouth rearended a blue Chrysler PT Cruiser driven by Brenda Jewett, 52, of Freeport. Jewett’s car then hit the back of a van driven by James Saucier, 57, of Unity and then into a pickup driven by Timothy Drake, 34, of  Brunswick.

Crashes also were reported in Gorham, Windham and New Gloucester throughout the early morning.