BOSTON (CBS) – Several crashes were reported around the state as a result of a thin layer of snow creating slick driving conditions.

Only 1-3 inches of snow fell around much of Massachusetts on Sunday morning. But driving was still tricky in some areas.

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Duxbury police and firefighters responded to “911 call after call” for crashes along Route 3 and other roads. Among them was a rollover crash.

A rollover crash in Duxbury as a result of slick roads. (Image Credit: Duxbury Fire Department)

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Methuen Police responded to three separate crashes on Route 213 between Exits 2 and 3. It is unclear if anyone was injured.

Police respond to a crash on Route 213. (Image Credit: Methuen Police)

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Dustin Fitch of Massachusetts State Police said there were spinouts “throughout the Commonwealth” and drivers are asked to use caution.