Slick road conditions seem to be the rule across southeast Wyoming Tuesday, as around 7 a.m. two crashes occurred in Albany County.

A single-vehicle rollover crash happened at milepost 287 on US 30/287 northbound about a quarter-mile south of Rock River. The driver of the vehicle was being transported Laramie/Albany County EMS to Ivinson Memorial Hospital according to the Wyoming Highway Patrol.

A semi-truck slid off I-80 in the Laramie-area between exits 310 and 311 while traveling eastbound. Traffic was able to get around the semi, as emergency personnel assisted getting the truck out of the center median. That was a non-injury crash.

Roads across the area remain slick with black ice under a layer of snow. Wyoming Highway Patrol is urging motorists to slow down and allow extra time for traveling to your destination.