Route N is currently closed in Cottleville due to last night's storms and the high levels of Dardenne Creek.
The road is closed west of Weise Road, just west of downtown Cottleville. Linda Wilson with the Missouri Department of Transportation says they do not know when the water will lower enough to reopen the road.
With the road closed, motorists cannot drive from Cottleville to Route K on Route N.
All lanes are cleared following a serious accident in the west end of St. Louis city.
All lanes were initially blocked on westbound I-64 just west of Boyle early Monday morning . No word on injuries.
The closure will allow crews from the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad can make extensive repairs to the crossing.
Crews had to closed eastbound I-44 at Vandeventer just before midnight while emergency crews worked to contain it. The right two lanes reopened about 12:30 a.m. but the left lane remained closed.
It's not clear what sparked the fire, but the tractor and trailer appear to be total losses. Both have burned down to their metal frames.
There's no word of any injuries.
St. Louis County Police say a mechanical problem with a Burlington Northern freight train caused several cars to derail shortly after 8 p.m.
Reavis Road had to be closed between Tesson Ferry and McKenzie in Affton while crews made repairs and got the rail cars back on the track.
There had initially been some concern about a possible leak, but officials say all of the affected cars were empty. And no one was injured.
Officials expect to have Reavis Road back open by 7:00 a.m.
The crash happened at Page and Pennsylvania about 1 o'clock Monday morning. An SUV struck the light pole, knocking it over and into the street.
There's no word on the cause of that crash, or if there were any injuries.