Albuquerque, NM (August 19, 2019) – At 12:57 p.m. on Friday, August 16th, New Mexico State Police arrived at the scene of an accident in Albuquerque. The incident, which is known to have involved a semi tractor-trailer, happened on Interstate 25 near the town of Socorro.
According to authorities, the accident involved a tractor-trailer that caught fire for reasons that have not been verified. Emergency responders arrived to assist injured parties and rendered aid to at least one individual. The current condition of the injured parties is not known.
Investigators are actively working to piece together the events that led to this incident.
Our thoughts are with the victim or victims and their family at this time. We hope for their full recoveries.
Truck Injury Accidents in New Mexico
In 2016, 383 people were confirmed to have died as a result of car accidents in New Mexico. Motor vehicle collisions, particularly those involving large trucks, are often fatal or seriously injurious due to the actions of negligent drivers. While it can be difficult, it is important to understand that as a victim, you may retain significant rights at this time.
Because there are so many questions to ask when you or someone you loved has been involved and injured in a serious accident, Local Accident Reports was created as a resource for accident victims throughout the United States who have sustained injuries in an accident. We provide invaluable resources and information for anyone who has been injured as a result of an accident. To obtain a complimentary copy of your police incident report, contact our local attorney.
If you were injured in an accident that you believe was caused by the careless, reckless, negligent, or intentional actions of another, you need legal guidance to ensure that your rights as an accident victim are protected from the start. Contact Local Accident Reports to be connected with a local attorney who has decades of local personal injury experience and can answer all of your questions about your injury accident at 1-888-657-1460.