A jackknifed tractor-trailer just over the state line in New Hampshire snarled southbound traffic on Interstate 95 in Maine Wednesday morning, but has now been removed.

The crash was reported at 10 a.m. just south of the bridge connecting the states and one lane was still closed shortly after 11 a.m., according to transportation departments in both states.

The Maine Turnpike Authority reports that southbound traffic from Exit 7 in York to the state line was expected to face moderate delays.

The truck has been cleared as has snow that was knocked from banks alongside the highway onto the travel portions of the road. One lane remained closed shortly after 11 a.m. and bridge maintenance workers were inspecting the span, even though the crash happened off of it.

There were no reports of injuries.