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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Heavy snows and icy roads have left parts of New Mexico with forced delays, dangerous driving conditions and at least one person dead.
New Mexico State Police say at least one person was killed Sunday in a weather related car crash near Waldo, forcing the temporarily closure of Interstate 25 just south of Santa Fe.
The winter storm on Sunday, which struck northern and central areas of the state, also forced the temporary closure of Interstate 40 in Clines Corners where two semi-trucks were jack knifed.
Both highways were reopened as of early Monday, but state transportation officials urged motorists to use extreme caution and expect heavy delays.
The winter weather forced some northern New Mexico cities and towns Monday to open on a two-hour delay.