Albuquerque, NM (February 23, 2021) – An unspecified number of people were injured during a collision between multiple tractor-trailers that took place o Interstate 40 in Albuquerque. It happened on the outskirts of the city on Monday night, February 22nd.
According to the Albuquerque Police Department, two or more semis collided along the interstate, in the vicinity of mile marker 134. Several emergency crews responded to the incident where at least two drivers involved suffered injuries.
EMTs transported those in need of further medical attention to nearby hospitals. At this time, the seriousness of the resulting injuries has not been reported.
The events that led to this incident currently remain under investigation.
Our thoughts are with all parties who were affected by this truck accident.
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Trucking Accidents in New Mexico
The recorded rate of fatal crashes in New Mexico rose to its highest level with at least 19 per 100,000 people killed during 2016. While any type of accident has the potential to be severe, trucking accidents in New Mexico, like anywhere else in the U.S., are often fatal or severely injurious due to the size and power of such vehicles. First and foremost, recognizing your fundamental rights and how to protect them is of the utmost importance after an unexpected accident.
Being involved in a serious truck accident can have a devastating impact on a victim’s life. Not only are truck accidents in New Mexico terrifying, but they often leave victims to deal with overwhelmingly painful injuries that will impact the quality of their lives in many ways.
Our team at Local Accident Reports understands the challenges that both victims and their families face after being involved in a catastrophic truck accident. That’s why our team has compiled some of the most helpful and valuable resources available to help aid accident victims as they recover from the injuries sustained in a truck accident. Injured victims can reach out to attorney Will Ferguson to receive a free police incident report.
If you or a loved one has been injured or a loved one has died as a result of a serious truck accident that you believe was caused by the reckless, careless, negligent actions of one or more parties, it is crucial that you obtain legal guidance to ensure your rights and best interests are protected early on. Contact attorney Will Ferguson at your earliest convenience by calling 1-888-657-1460. He can answer questions for you about your New Mexico truck accident and provide information about your legal rights and options moving forward.
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