WOODBRIDGE, N.J. — An overturned truck has led to a fire on the New Jersey Turnpike near Woodbridge Township Wednesday night.

The fire is expected to take hours to clean up and offload, according to the turnpike’s Twitter account.

The inner roadway has reopened, but the outer is closed due to the blaze. No injuries have been reported.

Massive delays on N.J. Turnpike after fiery propane truck crash forces 40 miles of lane closures

The driver should expect heavy delays on the New Jersey Turnpike and surrounding roads in Middlesex County after a tanker was flipped and ignited, which forced 40 miles to the closures of the track, the authorities said.

The truck overturned on Wednesday evening at about 20:20 in the northern lanes of the highway in Woodbridge and caught fire

According to the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, thundermorning Noordglibane of the Turnpike was closed from male field Township in Burlington County to the Cleveland Service Area north of Exit 11 in Woodbridge Township.

“Beemen continues to load the propon out of the damaged tanker. The clearance will continue within the peak acid, “the Turnpike authority said in a tweet.

On the video of the scene was shown how officials propane burnt down with flames that beat out various ventilation.