BOSTON (CBS) — Driving on roads in Massachusetts Tuesday morning was slow going. The snow started to fall around 7 a.m., just in time for people to start heading out on the road.

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The the westbound lanes of the Mass Turnpike in Charlton closed before 9 a.m. because of a jack-knifed tractor trailer. State police said all lanes of the turnpike were re-opened for travel at 9:10 a.m. and that there were minor injuries.

WBZ News Radio’s Doug Cope reports from the westbound side of the Mass Pike.

Traffic was backed up going the other direction on the Pike, as well. For the most part, drivers were going about 15 to 20 miles an hour, sometimes getting up to 30 miles an hour, but only briefly.

WBZ News Radio’s Karen Twomey reports from the eastbound side of the Mass Pike.

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WBZ-TV’s Jim Smith reports from Worcester

WBZ-TV’s Sera Congi reports from Wilmington

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Many people were complaining on Twitter and Facebook that their commutes that may normally take 15 or 20 minutes took more than an hour.