A Valencia County resident is alleged to have seriously injured two motorcyclists when he drove his vehicle in the wrong direction along the Interstate 25 North on Wednesday, Aug. 9.
September 2017 Archives
Car accidents can cause a variety of injuries. Sometimes, New Mexico victims may only suffer minor injuries, but there are times in which a victim could suffer an injury that may change his or her life forever. This is true when an accident leads to a traumatic amputation, which is the loss of a limb or appendage.
A Farmington, New Mexico, couple filed a medical malpractice lawsuit on July 20 in the district court in Albuquerque. They have accused both the medical center where their daughter was born and the physician who delivered her of having caused her brain to hemorrhage, resulting in permanent injuries.
A 63-year-old Santa Fe woman, suspected of having struck a motorcyclist with her SUV, has been arrested on suspicion of hit and run, aggravated driving while intoxicated (DWI) and other charges.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested and charged with shooting two and seriously injuring at least four others on Monday, August 28, at the Clovis-Carver Public Library. Among those killed were two library employees, a 48-year-old children's librarian and a 61-year-old circulation assistant. Those injured include a 10-year-old boy and his sister, 20; a 53-year-old man and another library employee, 30.