ALBUQUERQUE, NM — A vehicle accident was reported Monday evening on Interstate 25, just southeast of downtown Albuquerque, according to APD Traffic.
The crash happened on the northbound lanes of I-25 at Central Avenue, near the city’s Huning Highlands area. Officers responded to the scene at around 5:46 p.m.
No information concerning the cause of the wreck or the involved vehicles has been provided at this time.
APD responding to vehicle crash I25 Northbound/Central @abqfire
— APD Traffic (@ABQTraffic) December 5, 2023
Authorities have not confirmed any injuries or hospital transports following the incident.
Vehicle fire closes part of I-40 EB in far west Albuquerque
BERNALILLO COUNTY, NM — Deputies responded to a vehicle fire Wednesday night on Interstate 40, west of metro Albuquerque, according to the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office.
The incident was reported on the eastbound side of I-40 at mile marker 145, just west of Lost Horizon Drive Northwest. It was first first reported by the BCSO at 8:37 p.m.
While officials have not indicated whether a crash or mechanical problems led up to the blaze, all lanes of the eastbound interstate were shut down in the immediate aftermath.
All lanes of eastbound I-40 at the 145 (west of the Albuquerque Metro) are closed due to a vehicle fire. pic.twitter.com/0ciV6ABDjd
— BCSO (Sheriff) NM (@BCSONM) December 7, 2023
It was not immediately clear whether anyone was injured or when the roadway was expected to reopen.
Jackknifed semi closes part of I-25 NB near Santa Fe
SANTA FE, NM — Authorities were dispatched to a crash involving a jackknifed semi-truck last Thursday, November 30, on Interstate 25 near Santa Fe, reports KOAT.
While the exact time and location of the wreck were not immediately shared, by the time of KOAT’s update at 2:49 p.m., all northbound lanes had reopened following a closure.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) indicated that the semi had jackknifed on the roadway, but no information regarding the cause was provided, and no injuries have been confirmed.
All traffic was diverted from the scene until the scene was cleared and the roadway was reopened.
NMDOT officials warned motorists of wet and slick road conditions in the area following the incident.
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