Albuquerque, NM - Injury Collision at Cutler Ave & San Mateo Blvd
Albuquerque, NM (August 7, 2020) - There were reported injuries at the scene of a car accident in the Albuquerque area on Thursday, August 6. According to reports from the Albuquerque Police Department, the crash occurred for unknown reasons near the intersection of Cutler Avenue NE and San Mateo Boulevard NE at around 3 p.m.
The details currently available on the crash at this time are limited. Initial reports revealed that two vehicles were involved in the collision. Emergency response units were called to the scene along with local law enforcement officials to provide aid at the scene.
The intersection was closed while investigators and paramedics were at the scene. The crash victims were provided aid by responding paramedics. The identities of the injured parties have been withheld at this time.
No further updates on the conditions of the injured parties have been provided. An ongoing investigation into the crash is being managed by the APD.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for their full recovery.
New Mexico Car Accidents
Driving can be incredibly dangerous, and tens of thousands of crashes happen across New Mexico each year. The residents of New Mexico travel tens of millions of miles annually. We all would like to think a serious crash would never happen to us, but the reality is that we are at risk of being involved in a collision every time we hit the road. Data from the New Mexico Department of Transportation reveals that a crash happens somewhere in the state every 12 minutes on average, with an estimated 40,000 collisions being reported each year. A crash with injuries takes place every 26 minutes, and an average of 25,000 people suffer injuries in New Mexico car crashes annually.
Car crashes in New Mexico are caused by a variety of roadway hazards, such as poor driving, excessive speed, unsafe road conditions, poor truck maintenance, road construction, and inadequate signage. Determining liability for a crash can be difficult and more complex than simply determining fault, and injured parties are often unprepared to protect their legal rights after a catastrophic accident. New Mexico car crash attorneys who specialize in car accidents work with car crash injury cases resulting from a variety of causes.
At Will Ferguson & Associates, we believe that people who have been injured because of another’s negligence are entitled to fair compensation, and we have a proven history fighting for the legal rights of clients across New Mexico. Albuquerque crash victims are owed a debt and are entitled to be paid its full value —not just part of it — and a qualified personal injury attorney in Albuquerque can help you recover the complete value of your claim. Contact our law offices today at (505) 243-5566 if you have been unfairly injured in a New Mexico car accident to see what your legal options are to pursue lost compensation for your injuries and other damages resulting from a car crash.
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