ew Mexico State Police have closed all lanes of Interstate 40 west of Gallup due to a train derailment.

The derailment happened near the state line of New Mexico and Arizona.

According to New Mexico State Police, the train was carrying non-odor propane and gasoline.

Evacuations have been issued for residences within two miles of the half-mile marker of Interstate 40 in New Mexico. A shelter-in-place location is set up at Lupton Chapter House.

State police have shut down traffic for interstate traffic westbound at mile marker 16. Arizona DPS has shut down eastbound traffic at mile marker 333 in its state.

There are several other road closures caused by the trail derailment and fire. State Road 118 northbound of the interstate is closed. Route 12 and County Road 1 in Tseyatoh are also closed to traffic.