ROWLETT (CBSDFW.COM) — Police and hazardous materials crews spent hours on the scene of a rollover crash involving two 18-wheelers that caused the closure of Interstate-30 and left fuel spilled on the roadway.

It was just before 3:00 a.m. when the two tractor-trailers crashed while traveling westbound on a bridge over Lake Ray Hubbard in Rowlett.

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One 18-wheeler hit a vehicle in the lanes and the other crossed the median, went into eastbound traffic and slammed into 2 other cars. Both trucks flipped and spilled fuel from their tanks.

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No one was killed in the crash, but police say several people were injured. It wasn’t immediately known what drivers or passengers were hurt.

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Both the east and west bound sides of the highway were closed and remain shutdown through the morning rush hour.