Water from melting snow is blamed for two crashes on Interstate 95 in the Aroostook County town of Ludlow on Wednesday.

Water pooled on the highway and caused the drivers to lose control and crash, according to a news release from the Maine State Police.

The incidents happened around 1 p.m.

Lisa Condon, 49, of Houlton was driving southbound in a 2014 Jeep when she hit the standing water, hydroplaned and skidded off the highway, police said. The car rolled over an embankment and came to rest upside down. Condon, hanging from her seatbelt, was able to call 911 on her cellphone.

She was taken to Houlton Regional Hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.

Shortly after that crash, Holly McNally, 55, of Sherman also lost control while driving south in her 2000 Chevrolet sedan, police said. Her car went into the median. McNally also was wearing a seatbelt and was not injured but her car had to be towed.