South Valley, NM - Collision Reported at Rio Bravo Blvd & Prince St
South Valley, NM (September 28, 2019) - A crash was reported in the South Valley, New Mexico area on Saturday, September 28th. The accident took place around 4:49 p.m. The intersection of Rio Bravo Boulevard & Prince Street was closed following the collision.
Little is known about the crash at this time. Authorities have not disclosed the nature or severity of the victims’ injuries sustained in the accident.
Local authorities are managing the investigation into the accident. More details will be made known as the investigation progresses.
Our thoughts are with the injured victims and their families at this time. We hope for a full recovery.
High-Speed Crashes in New Mexico
Some drivers don’t realize how dangerous speeding can be. However, in the United States, over 26% of all traffic accidents involve high-speed collisions. Even traveling the posted speed limit can be dangerous if roadway conditions are hazardous, such as inclement weather or uneven road surfaces.
Drivers are more likely to lose control of their vehicles if they travel at a dangerous speed. An out of control car can easily cause a serious crash. Speeding has been found to increase the severity of resulting injuries in a car accident.
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