ROCKY HILL, Conn. (WTNH) — A portion of the northbound side of Interstate 91 in Rocky Hill was shut down on Sunday morning after a crash involving a tractor-trailer, according to the Rocky Hill Fire Department.

The two-vehicle crash was reported at Exit 24 just before 5:30 a.m. When crews arrived on the scene, they found a tractor-trailer carrying bananas on its side after another vehicle crashed into it.

According to Connecticut State Police, a 2009 Acura MDX was driving in the left lane on I-91 North when it made a sudden lane change into the center lane and decelerated. The tractor-trailer, which was traveling in the center lane, was unable to stop which resulted it in colliding with the Acura.

The Acura then spun out and struck the wire rope guardrail and the tractor-trailer rolled over.

No injuries were reported on the scene, according to the accident report.

Police say the driver of the Acura was unable to be identified at the scene which resulted in the owner of the vehicle, identified as 37-year-old Fernandita Aquino-Almonte of South Windsor, being arrested. She is now facing charges of failure to carry proper insurance, evading, owner liability and interfering.

Drivers were initially advised to avoid the area, and vehicles traveling northbound were detoured off the highway.