Alleged impaired driver collides with fire truck near Shadow Hills

Parnall Law News Team

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – According to KOB, a suspected impaired SUV driver crashed into a fire truck at Tramway Blvd NE and Montgomery Blvd NE on Monday.

Emergency crews were working the scene of an accident around 8 p.m. when Isabella Haney, 19, slammed into a fire truck that was parked to protect the area from oncoming traffic.

An officer at the scene determined Haney was impaired after conducting sobriety tests and a breathalyzer test.

First responders transported Haney to an area hospital to be checked out. Authorities then arrested her for DWI.

Crews also transported one person from the initial crash to an area hospital with minor injuries.

Police will not charge teen driver for fatal crash in Hobbs

HOBBS, NM – Authorities will not press criminal charges against a teen who ran over a man at E Broadway St and S Turner St on May 12, according to KOB.

Leroy Gonzales, 43, was flying a drone when he was struck by a teen driving a maroon truck. The teen allegedly tried to leave the scene following the collision but was stopped by bystanders.

Officials say they have exhausted all leads.

Authorities issued the driver a citation for operators must be licensed and a citation for careless driving.

Wreck blocks traffic near Highland Park

ALBUQUERQUE, NM – According to KKOB Traffic, a crash disrupted traffic on I-25 NB near Central Ave NE on Tuesday.

First responders were called to the scene around 3:56 p.m.

Officials have not released additional details.

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