SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A two-truck crash snarled traffic on Interstate 10 just north of downtown San Antonio Monday afternoon.

San Antonio police say an 18-wheeler was going westbound on the interstate and was getting onto the upper level of the highway.  The truck lost traction due to the wet surface and slid out of its travel lane.

It then struck another 18-wheeler, causing it to lose control and strike the concrete barrier.

The location of the crash — right at the upper/lower level split — prevented the truck from flipping over.  It ended up stuck on the concrete barrier.

The other truck jackknifed, blocking all but one lane of Interstate 10.

San Antonio Fire Department’s HazMat team was called to the scene due to a diesel fuel spill.

The westbound lanes of Interstate 10 just north of Interstate 35 is still closed and is expected to stay closed for another few hours as crews work to remove the trucks.

No injuries or deaths were reported in this crash.

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