SAM SIMON, AZ (3TV/CBS 5)-- A deadly crash has shut down the westbound lanes of Interstate 10 near the Arizona-New Mexico border.
The incident involving two semi-trucks took place on I-10 near San Simon Tuesday morning.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety tweeted two photos, which shows a one of semi-trucks caught on fire.
DPS said that at least one person died following the crash.
DPS said that commuters driving in the area are exiting at milepost 382 and re-entering the freeway at milepost 378.
There is no estimated time when the westbound times will reopen.
San Simon is 40 miles east of Wilcox.
🚨Traffic 🚨 A multi-vehicle, fatal crash has closed w/b I-10 near San Simon, in Cochise County. Traffic is exiting at MP 382 and is being routed through San Simon. Traffic will re-enter at MP 378. No ETA to re-open. pic.twitter.com/9MrWfdXWAs— Dept. Public Safety (@Arizona_DPS) January 8, 2019