WOBURN, MASS. (WHDH) - Law enforcement officials are warning drivers to take it slow on the roads after overnight snow created slick spots in some areas.

Troopers responding to a reported crash on Interstate 90 westbound just before exit 13 across from the Natick Service Plaza Wednesday morning found a car with significant damage and a tractor-trailer that had gone off the road.

There were no reported injuries but the right lane was closed.

Troopers also responded to a serious crash on Interstate 93 southbound at the Interstate 95 cloverleaf on the Reading-Woburn line around 9:45 p.m. Tuesday and learned that a 2016 BMW X5, operated by a 43-year-old South Boston woman, struck a 2018 Toyota RAV4, driven by a 61-year-old Quincy man, from behind, state police said.

The BMW went off the roadway into the grass infield, struck a large concrete light pole foundation and a guardrail on the edge of the on-ramp before going over the guardrail and down a wooded embankment, state police added.

First responders performed CPR on the South Boston woman before she was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The Toyota rotated out of control following the impact but came to a rest in the left travel lane. The driver was uninjured.

In Lancaster, a driver suffered serious injuries after a crash left them trapped inside their vehicle.

It took firefighters nearly 55 minutes to remove the driver, who was transported to an area hospital.

Their current condition has not been released.

A car crashed into a pole in the area of Elm Street near Oak Street in Duxbury early Wednesday morning, leaving the snapped pole laying across the roadway.

Duxbury fire officials say they responded to many weather-related accidents overnight.

State police also responded to a rollover crash on Route 28 southbound in Stoneham and a head-on crash on Route 114 in Middleton Tuesday evening.

No additional information has been released.

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