• September 18, 2023

Albuquerque Woman, 3 Injured in Car Accident on U.S. 271 in Red River County, TX

Red River County, TX — August 26, 2023, an Albuquerque woman and three others were injured after a car accident before midnight along U.S. Highway 271.

Preliminary details about the accident from authorities indicate that the crash happened in the area of County Road 1482.

Albuquerque Woman, 3 Injured in Car Accident on U.S. 271 in Red River County, TX

Investigators said that a 76-year-old Alburquerque, New Mexico woman was in a Mercedes-Benz traveling southbound along the highway. Authorities believe a northbound driver in a Dodge Ram 1500 was under the influence of alcohol when the pickup crossed into oncoming lanes. As a result, the vehicles collided head-on.

Due to the collision, the Albuquerque woman and a 17-year-old in the Mercedes-Benz sustained incapacitating injuries. A 14-year-old in that vehicle and the driver of the Dodge were said to have non-incapacitating injuries.

Right now, no further information about the accident can be confirmed. It's unclear if any official charges are pending.


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