ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - All lanes of I-40 in Clines Corners were temporarily closed due to winter weather conditions. Part of I-25 near Waldo was also closed due to a fatal crash Sunday evening.
The crash on I-25 closed northbound lanes of the interstate at mile marker 271. There is little information on this crash but State Police say there was at least one fatality in the crash.
I-25 is still closed in that area. Traffic is being diverted at the Waldo exit through the frontage road.
I-40 is currently closed in both directions between Wagon Wheel and McKenzie due to a crash.
In addition the winter conditions two semi-trucks were jack knifed on eastbound I-40 near Clines Corners. As of 9 p.m. that area had been reopened.
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