Multiple collisions block Highway 11 near Davidson, Sask.

Emergency personnel are still at the scene of a crash on Highway 11 and Saskatchewan RCMP said drivers should expect significant delays. File / Global News

Icy road conditions may have led to multiple crashes Thursday morning on Highway 11 between Girvin and Davidson.

“Road conditions were extremely icy early this morning but have now improved significantly,” Craik RCMP Sgt. Robb Karaim said in a release.

The first crash involving three semis happened around 3:15 a.m.

Saskatchewan RCMP said a semi collided with a stopped semi before a third semi collided with them. The semis then caught fire.

The drivers were reported by police to have suffered minor injuries.

At around the same time, a semi collided with a parked semi approximately five kilometres south of the first crash.

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One driver was taken to hospital with what police say are non-life-threatening injuries.

A firefighter was injured when a fire truck from the Davidson Volunteer Fire Department rolled while responding to a collision.

Several other reports were made of motor vehicle collisions, Craik RCMP said.

Highway 11 was closed for several hours after the crashes.

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