DARIEN — Interstate 95 reopened Friday afternoon after northbound traffic was shut down for multiple hours following a fiery crash involving two tractor trailers early Friday morning, according to transportation officials.

The two trucks collided around 4 a.m. Friday morning between exits 10 and 11 in Darien, according to the Darien Fire Department.

Fire officials said one of the trailers was fully engulfed in flames by the time they arrived on scene.

“It took approximately 10,000 gallons to extinguish the fire,” said Noroton Heights Assistant Fire Chief Zach McEwan.

State police said the two drivers suffered “minor injuries” in the crash.

Delays lasted for nearly six hours as officials worked to clear the wreckage.

Traffic was backed up as far as Exit 4 in Greenwich until around 11 a.m. Friday.