(KTEN) — Freezing rain overnight led to several car crashes in Bryan and Grayson counties. 

"Since yesterday evening, we had 11 collisions in this area, with one of them resulting in an injury and then several of the others required impounds and tow-vehicles to get them unstuck and back under operation," said Oklahoma Highway Patrol Capt. Scott Hampton. 

The Sherman Police Department started receiving calls around 10 o'clock Sunday night in response to crashes on US 75 and US 82, the two major highways intersecting with the city. 

"There were three vehicles involved in crashes there on the bridge, and then — as officers were arriving — more vehicles were sliding on the ice and crashing," said Sherman police Lt. Jeremy Cox. 

Hampton said US 69 was the main issue for drivers in Bryan County. According to both departments, the numbers were about average, given the weather conditions. 

"The roads are appearing to be clearing up, and so again — even though the roads are clearing up — we would still ask that people continue to watch those bridges and overpasses," Cox said.

No deaths were reported from the crashes but there were  few minor injuries.

On Monday morning, 400 customers were without power in Bryan County, but electric service was later restored. 

Sixty-one schools across Texoma either canceled classes or delayed start times due to icy conditions. 

Colbert resident Don Sinor drove to Denison on Monday morning, but his trek wasn't without obstacles. 

"If you just use caution, you'll be fine. The main roadways are fine... just had to watch out for the slick overpasses," he said. "Just be smart, slow down and pay attention."