Our other developing story this morning, a train derailment in Wytheville. It happened around six-15 last night on the Grayson Turnpike, and it will definitely affect the morning drive there. wdbj7 Mornin's Alison Parker is live at the scene to let us know how the clean-up is going and if there is any threat to people there. Emergency crews encourage everyone who lives in this area or needs to head this way for work this morning to take an alternate route. It's Norfolk Southern's responsibility to clean up this mess, and we're told it could take anywhere from 36 hours to " while." Law enforcement tell me they're working with the Virginia Department of Transportation to either have drivers headed on the southbound lane of Grayson Turnpike turn around or take a detour on Barrett Mill Road. Railroad Avenue is also closed. Around 6:15 last night, emergency crews responded to this scene. There were 14 cars derailed here at the intersection of Grayson Turnpike and Old Stage Road. Some of the cars that derailed were carrying automobiles and even nail polish. The Department of Environmental Quality and several other groups were out here working the scene to make sure this was not a hazmat situation. We're told now that there is no reason to believe this will have an environmental impact, and that no chemicals are leaking. Also, officials say no one has been hurt in this incident. Wythe County officials are encouraging anyone who lives in the Town of Wytheville along Route-21 to take another route to work. The Norfolk Southern train bridge above the Grayson Turnpike is expected to be closed throughout the day and maybe even longer.