New Mexico I 40 Accident
New Mexico I-40 Crash
The investigation into a three-vehicle crash on New Mexico’s Interstate 40 continues. A bus carrying students and staff from a New Mexico school was struck by a semi-truck and rear-ended, and was pushed into a nearby van. In addition to the bus driver’s death, two other people died in the accident.
The incident prompted emergency crews to rush to the scene. As the investigation continues, authorities have identified the drivers involved. The crash was reported on June 23 in the Kingman area of New Mexico. ADOT is scheduled to do pavement repair along I-40 in Kingman in the coming months. In the meantime, NDTV is providing updates on the crash.
On July 23, the New Mexico State Police tweeted about a crash involving three trucks. According to the report, the crash shut down several lanes of the highway. The accident is believed to have been caused by a careless driver. Police did not immediately say what caused the crash, but two people were injured, with one person suffering serious injuries. According to the NM Roads department, the accident was reported at 9:18 a.m. No further details about the accident have been released. The scene was cleared by 9:37 a.m. No other details have been released at this time.