COMMERCE CITY, Colo. (CBS4) – Train tracks in Commerce City failed while a train was moving across them Tuesday morning.

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City officials say police were called to 60th Avenue near Interstate 270 to help with traffic control.

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The train was hauling cargo, not passengers. Officials say none of its contents spilled.

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Officials with Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad say the tracks are severely damaged.

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City crews say 60th Ave. will be closed between Clermont Street and Brighton Boulevard until Wednesday morning.

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Detours are now posted.

It’s not clear what caused the tracks to fail.

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Check back for more information about when the road will reopen.