ALBUQUERQUE, NM — Multiple vehicles, including a motorcycle, were involved in a crash Wednesday evening at a southwest Albuquerque home, according to the Bernalillo County Sheriff’s Office.
The collision occurred in the 6500 block of Coors Boulevard Southwest, near the Nobertine Community. It was first reported by the BCSO at 5:54 p.m., when deputies had already arrived on the scene.
Details are limited, but officials said a motorcyclist and three other drivers were involved in an accident that impacted a “residential structure” in the area.
A section of southbound Coors Boulevard Southwest was shut down during the response and initial investigation.
Deputies are on scene of a 4 vehicle crash involving a motorcycle and a residential structure on the corner of the 6500 block of Coors Blvd SW. All southbound lanes of Coors Blvd SW are closed in the area. pic.twitter.com/fLDZCIPqLb
— BCSO (Sheriff) NM (@BCSONM) August 23, 2023
As of this writing, the sheriff’s office has not released any information regarding the circumstances of the wreck or the conditions of those involved.
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