After a crash involving two tractor trailers left packages strewn across the interstate, FedEx is taking steps to recover customers' items.

The crash happened Monday along I-75 at Barrett Parkway. According to the Georgia State Patrol, a FedEx truck and a U.S. Express truck were involved in the accident.

Officials said the crash happened after the FedEx truck veered onto the right shoulder of the interstate where a U.S. Express truck was stopped. The FedEx truck hit the other truck, causing extensive damage to the side of the trailer.

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11Alive reached out to FedEx to find out what customers could do if they had items on the truck.

"We are taking steps to recover and transport affected packages," said a representative from FedEx. "Customers with questions about their shipments can track their packages on http://www.fedex.com or call 1-800-GO-FEDEX."

Crews shut down the right lane of the Interstate as they worked to clean up the mess. There were no injuries reported.