Jackknifed tractor-trailers, crash cause nightmare commute on I-95 Tuesday morning

It was a rough morning for anyone trying to get around on I-95.
Three separate jackknifed tractor-trailers tied up traffic on the northbound side of the highway for much of the morning commute.
One of those incidents happened between exits 28 and 29 where the highway was completely blocked for hours while traffic was routed off the highway as crews cleaned up a fuel spill.
The other incidents happened in Fairfield and Greenwich but both were cleared earlier in the day.
On the southbound side of I-95, between Exits 5 and 6 in Greenwich-Stamford area, a box truck ended up on top of an SUV, as both vehicles went through the metal barrier on the side of the highway.
No word on any injuries.