McBroom. Two roads are closed this afternoon in Wytheville. Fourteen train cars derailed last night around 6:15 near the intersection of Grayson Turnpike and Old Stage Road. WDBJ7's Alison Parker is live in Wytheville where crews are cleaning up the mess. Norfolk Southern has made quite a bit of progress since this morning. So far, it looks like at least three of the cars have been cleared. The rail cars not involved in the derailment have been disconnected on the western side of the track. On the eastern side, they've already started laying down new track. This Norfolk Southern's main line, and officials say its working as quickly as possible to open it back up. Right now, the crews are pulling the rest of the rail cars into piles out of the way. Jeremy Farley with Wythe County couldn't say when exactly the cleanup will end, but says roads could be closed for at least another day. Farley says many of the cars that derailed were carrying automobiles and fingernail polish. Jeremy Farley: Numerous local officials have confirmed that there are no known chemical leaks that we are aware of. The public is safe. It's a major inconvenience for the local community, but we dodged a bullet, and we're very grateful that no human life was lost. Because of the long and difficult clean-up process, a couple of roads are closed -- Railroad Avenue and Grayson Turnpike. Drivers are encouraged to take alternate routes. Barrett Mill Road can lead straight into the town limits. There's also Old Stage Road that will detour drivers. Live in Wytheville, Alison Parker, wdbj7.