(AP) – Maine officials say an exit ramp off Interstate 95 in Augusta has reopened after being closed most of the day after a propane truck rolled over when it hit a patch of ice. Augusta Fire Chief Roger Audette says crews had to extricate the driver from the truck after it rolled onto its side about 4:45 a.m. Monday. Officials said none of the propane leaked from the truck, but the exit was shut down for most of the day while the propane was transferred to another truck. Maine State Police said the driver, 53-year-old Mark Doughty of Brewer, was not hurt. The truck was owned by Maine Energy of Bangor.