Yesterday on the local Albuquerque TV news channel KOB 4, they had a report of a railroad track near Gallup, NM that was frighteningly close to an arroyo that had rapidly eroded in a matter of days. The pictures they showed (presumably video from a drone) showed a section that seemed to be right next to the arroyo (which did have water in it in the video). In at least one of the videos, they showed a fence that had been put up between the edge of the arroyo and the track evidently in response to the expanding arroyo, but how would that help prevent further erosion? The news report included that part of the arroyo had been 21 feet away from the track and in a matter of a few days, 7 feet had eroded/sank/subsided and was now 14 feet away. The news report had sent questions about it to both BNSF and FRA (I think it was, but I don't really know my acronyms), but neither responded. The report did not mention whether Amtrak goes on that track or not, but I suppose it does since Gallup is an Amtrak stop. The image they showed could have been an Amtrak train, but I couldn't really tell, but it wasn't a miles-long train. Has anyone else heard anything about this? I googled, but couldn't even find the KOB4 TV report that I saw yesterday (Thursday April 6).